These days it’s common for most Web firms to be focused on mobile. Facebook, Twitter, Google, you name it, they’re all building their smartphone (and feature phone offerings) in a bid to better position themselves and their user experience to take advantage of the growth of the mobile as a Web and entertainment device.
While Facebook and its ilk are focused on making themselves the center of the mobile messaging experience, or at least becoming the most used channel on devices, another genre of communications apps is gathering speed, and fast becoming a strong, alternative point of messaging from phones: mobile messaging apps.
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