These days, the number of messaging apps has increased so much that it gets you to think: it would be a good idea to have an app on your phone that would easily let you communicate with your friends, regardless of the chat app they use.
On 7 October 2015, Jongla presented a new feature called Open Jongla. It will let users type a message, share a sticker or an image with any contact from your list, no matter what messenger this contact uses.
Communication barriers are down
The developers claim that the Jongla app with the new feature will be helpful to people who use different communication apps.
The messenger CEO Riku Salminen said that Open Jongla made communication between users of different messaging apps free. He said that users could now correspond with their close people without having to ask them what app they used. The aim of the new feature is to make people’s lives easier, to save their time and money.
How it actually works:
● You send a message to any user from your contact list completely free of charge.
● Your friend will receive a message with a link to download the app.
● When he taps on that link, the Jongla app will open in a browser and he will be able to send you a message in reply after that.
The app can be downloaded from the Google Play Store, Firefox Marketplace, App Store and Windows Phone Store.