View Poll Results: What is your favorite Android messaging app?

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  • Stock Android messenger

    54 31.40%
  • Google Voice

    8 4.65%
  • Handcent SMS

    35 20.35%
  • GoSMS

    57 33.14%
  • Chomp

    11 6.40%
  • Other (describe below)

    13 7.56%
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    Default Re: What is your favorite messaging app? (2012 edition)

    Stock is good enough for me.
  2. #52  

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    My current favorite is Place. It's a location based message app where you can follow your favorite places not persons. It's quite new so not too many messages yet but it has the potential.
  3. #53  

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    I like Chomp
  4. #54  

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    Stock works for me
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    I use Wechat and word art app.

  6. #56  

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    Handcent

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  7. #57  

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    WhatsApp
  8. #58  

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    Stock suits me fine. I get less than 20 messages a year, and send less than a half dozen. Unless it's sending a one line "happy birthday" or "Happy new year", texting is slow, and inefficient, IMO. I can understand, and do use IM when sitting at a desktop, browsing or something of the sort, but that's mostly exchanging links to news, memes and other online crap. I can't picture myself sending text about all and nothing for any other reason. If one doesn't have to click a link, talking is much more efficient.
    Last edited by sauce_a_poutine; 01-01-2014 at 03:40 PM.
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