4 Best Social Apps

Instagram App

Instagram App

Pros:

  • Very easy to use interface;
  • Powerful photo shooting with many editing features;
  • 40 different filters to use;
  • Easy to shoot videos as well as to edit and share them;
  • You can choose to use private sharing.

Cons:

There should be other options to display the images shared by your followers; The in-app camera should have more features; There is no metadata on the camera.

Bottom Line:

The Instagram App is one of the best apps you can have on your mobile devices. Allowing you to stay in touch with your followers and the ability to enhance your photos and videos is a must. Despite with the Stories your images will lack some quality, however, they will all be deleted within a day.

Snapchat

Snapchat

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Pros:

Snapchat is a simple app to use and is the best social media app on the market right now. It’s simple and easy to dive into. You can share photos and videos with your followers and friends. The interface is smooth and simple to go through. Your “snaps” are up for no longer than a day, and you can send these snaps privately to your friends.

Cons:

Security and privacy is one of the major worries of Snapchat. It can be concerning knowing that half of what you post can still be seen by the Snapchat team. Knowing this to be true, it can bring a great deal of anxiety for daily users not wanting some of their more private snaps to be exposed to any peering eyes. The Android version of this app camera quality isn’t up to par with the iOS version of this app for some particular reason.

Bottom Line:

Should you get to snapping?

Yes, Snapchat is overall the best social media app currently on the market. It’s easy to get into and fun when you get the hang of it.

Periscope

Periscope

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Pros:

Perhaps the biggest benefit of live streaming using Periscope is that it’s super simple. Just download the app, sign up, and you can start a broadcast with a single tap. No setup, no specialized equipment, no complex wiring, no coding required: it’s basically plug and play.

Cons:

Just as the simplicity of Periscope is a major pro, it’s also a considerable con. Even compared with other basic, free live streaming services like YouTube (which is also relatively easy), Periscope is almost too simple. The lack of settings makes the app great for casual use, but more discerning or demanding users will not be happy with the lack of options.

Bottom Line:

Periscope provides an easy solution to stream from your Android. It can reach more audiences who can be customers or your friends. As the program offers simplicity and more control over content, it’s the strength to replace other social networking stations. Twitter has tweaked the program with little amount of detailing and it has made the app encounter fascinating.

Viber

Viber

Pros:

Overall, the biggest pro is its video quality and call quality. Also, the fact that you can effortlessly transfer your phone call to your desktop application. The UI is easy to navigate and it knows what the consumer is going to be doing on their app: talking to friends. It’s overall the best you can get it messenger apps.

Cons:

Even though the call quality can be great, that doesn’t exclude the fact that it can randomly drop after as little as three minutes. The Stickers can make it feel cheap and if you want better ones you will need to buy them. Also, it tends to crash on older Android devices. Some devices it works better on then others. As of my Galaxy S7 it works great on but on other devices that are a lot of weird issues said to be happening.

Bottom Line:

So Should you vibe?

Yes, overall Viber can be a great experience and a good substitute to WhatsApp.