In the last decade we have seen countless chat applications have been made available namely Skype, WhatsApp, Viber, Line, Facebook Messenger, Gtalk(Hangouts) etc.,. One had been better of other and users started to migrate from one services to other. Till date WhatsApp takes the top of the list with over 600 million active users and this is just because of the app being available on all devices like Android, IOS, Windows, Symbian etc., and its free for first year and takes minimum bandwidth to send text, images and videos across users.
Wire an app which has been designed with modern day expectations in mind and have all the features like real time text messages, Images, Videos, Audio files, Video Files and voice calls at free of cost. The best thing is that it is available in the market without paying a penny!!!!!!!!!!!. Wire is available on Android, IOS, OS X. Wire is visually rich, clean and elegant. Write, talk, share pictures, music, videos with people on phones, tablets and Desktops. Wire’s pristine audio quality makes it feel as if people you are speaking to are right there with you. Wire syncs across all your devices that have been logged in and makes the conversations seamless and you would love to see the interfaces fluid across different platforms. Soon Wire will provide Video Call Services, Website access and this will be killer app for WhatsApp and time will tell us can Wire takeover WhatsApp in few years from now. Wire can improve in the delivering messages instantly and also make the app available to lower end devices so that it can attract larger user base. Nonetheless Wire has better features compared to any other existing apps in the market let’s see if Wire can be killer instinct for other apps.[ad_1] [ad_2]
Just like Google Hangouts and Skype, there’s also a browser-based version of Wire on the cards, but for the time being, the focus is on desktop, laptops, tablets and smartphones. There will also be a strong focus on group messaging as well as synchronization of messages between devices.
The app is only described vaguely in the company’s funding announcement, out today, as being “designed from the ground-up for the next-generation of mobile users” and offering a “great user experience.” That could refer to any of a dozen or so contenders to the Snapchat throne, of course.What’s more impressive, perhaps, than this fairly generic-sounding app are the backgrounds of those building it. Combined, the team at Wire Labs worked on Kindle Fire HD, Amazon Instant Video, Amazon Cloud Player and Cloud Drive, Amazon fulfillment, Windows 8 and MSN Messenger.