WhatsApp is a very reliable push messaging app, which is not free. What differentiates WhatsApp from legacy instant messaging (like MSN/WLM, Yahoo! or Gtalk) is its 'always on' push connectivity feature. Since WhatsApp is a paid app, some people can't or don't want to pay for it. Fear not! Here are some free alternatives for Android users. 1. Beep (part of IM+) by SHAPE Services. 2. eBuddy XMS by eBuddy. 3. ChatOn by Samsung. There are a few more options out there, but I mentioned these because I've personally used them. I can strongly recommend IM+ and buying IM+ Pro . Since it offers the most value and turns on push for legacy IM services as well. The tricky part will be convincing your friends to use any of the free alternatives.
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- Other Apps
So I treated myself to a Samsung Captivate Glide , despite going through the hassle of getting an unlock code to free it from AT&T, it's a fantastic mobile device with a physical hardware QWERTY keyboard. It's easy to get carried away and load your Android phone with all sorts of junk, so here are some apps that you might useful. You can check out my AppAware profile to see what all I have installed and like. Productivity Springpad Evernote Google Docs WordWeb Dropbox Heath & wellness Sleep Bot Tracker Log Sleepmeter Endomondo Sports Tracker Tools Traffic Monitor Traffic Statics AndroZip File Manager AirDroid Instant Messaging IM+ eBuddy Skype WhatsApp Mail Gmail Yahoo! Mail Hotmail Social LinkedIn Twitter Google+ Facebook for Android Facebook Messenger Audio Winamp PowerAmp Internet radio TWiT Play PRI BBC Radio Sticher TuneIn Radio Jazz Radio Jazz Internet Radio Digitally Imported Radio FIT Radio Mobi