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Best Viber Alternatives for iPhone and iPad in 2024

Earlier we made a long list of WhatsApp alternatives. And now, we are all set to line up the best Viber Alternatives for iPhone. Maybe you don’t find Viber interesting enough anymore or willing to try out other apps to add the missing “X” factor to your communication experience. Chances are these worthy contenders will not just fill up the void admirably but also provide you more fun!

1. WhatsApp

WhatsApp iPhone App Screenshot

With more than 1,000 million active users, WhatsApp is by far the most popular messaging app. It’s feature-rich and allows you to communicate with the desired convenience. You can send a voice/text message, do an audio/video call with your friends and loved ones.

Send awesome GIF to make messaging more hilarious. Add emojis and draw on your pics and clips. The status feature allows you to add a temporary status to catch everyone’s attention.

Price: Free

2. Facebook Messenger

Messenger iPhone App Screenshot

After WhatsApp, Facebook Messenger is the most loved messaging app across all the platform. To be honest, I can skip the former to some extent, but it’s a bit hard to ignore the latter as it’s deeply integrated with Facebook.

You can send Instant videos to your friends to keep the conversation spiced up. Want to bring some more excitement into the play? Go for the Instant Games to liven up the mood. Send heart and numerous bone-trickling GIFs to make your chat more thrilling!

Price: Free

3. Kik

Kik iPhone App Screenshot

Simply put, Kick is not as power-packed as some of its biggest rivals. However, it’s up to the mark when it comes to letting you communicate fast and easily.

You can express various shades of your feelings with GIFs, stickers, photos, videos and more. Start a group of like-minded people and interact with one another. There is also an option to join the group you like.

Price: Free

4. Telegram Messenger

Telegram Messenger iPhone App Screenshot

Claimed to be the fastest messaging app, Telegram Messenger is fast-becoming people’s favorite. Case in point, it has got more than 100 million active users in just two and a half years.

It allows you to send media and files without any limitation about their size. All of your data is securely encrypted with the use of 256-bit symmetric AES encryption, 2048-bit RSA encryption, and Diffie–Hellman secures key exchange. As your chat history is automatically stored in the Telegram cloud, it remains safe.

Price: Free

5. WeChat

WeChat iPhone App Screenshot

When it comes to reliable functionality and top features, WeChat is as good as any messaging app. It’s the one-stop app for text, audio/video call, photo sharing and more. The messaging app lets you make free calls anywhere in the world.

You can create a group chat with up to 500 people. The app allows doing a group video call with up to 9 people. Share some of the most loving memories on your personal photo stream.

Price: Free

6. Skype

Skype iPhone App Screenshot

Even though there are a number of top-notch video calling apps, Skype remains my favorite. With the neat UI and very intuitive features, I like using it to communicate with my colleagues at work. Apart from being a top-notch video calling app, it’s also a very handy messaging ap.

You can rev up your conversation by sending images, videos, emojis and more. Share highlights, which stay for 7 days, with your friends and followers. Like any highlight? Send a private message to appreciate your friends more personally.

Price: Free

7. Tango

Tango iPhone App Screenshot

Tango is known to provide a highly reliable video calling experience. You can make both voice and video calls anywhere in the world. Play side-splitting games with your friends without leaving the call. Use masks, stickers, and avatars to keep the mood of the conversations in high spirit. Besides, you can follow and interact with adorable people.

Price: Free

8. Line

LINE iPhone App Screenshot

What I personally like about Line is the very functional user interface. It makes a lot easier to communicate with your friends. Depending on your need, you can choose between messages and voice/video calls. Using plenty of funny stickers, you will easily give the real color to your emotions.

The app allows you to make group calls with up to 200 people. You can also make international calls to both phone numbers and landlines at the comparatively low price. Even better, it lets you call even those who aren’t using this app.

Price: Free

9. KakaoTalk

KakaoTalk iPhone App Screenshot

The real essence of KakaoTalk lies in simplicity and trusted functionality. You will instantly connect with your friends and share photos, videos, messages with ease.

The huge collection of emoticons and stickers are always there to bring life to your chats. You can also share your location with your loved ones to let them know your whereabouts.

Price: Free

Last But Not the Least – iMessage

How can we not include the native Messages app for iOS? With a wide range of superior features like Digital Touch, Bubble/Screen effects, it allows you to communicate with all the means and ways.

You can share your location with your friends, send/receive Apple Pay cash and even carry out business chat with your clients. Moreover, you can sync your messages with iCloud to instantly access them from across your devices.

Time to Pick Your Top Bet!

Out of these top messaging apps which one is going to be installed on your iOS device? Are you going to try out the app that’s well-known or willing to have a go at a less popular one? Share your thoughts in the comments below.

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