It’s hard to express as many emotions in words as you can in visual images. For this reason, messengers offer you stickers, smileys, gif-images, etc. So, why use words at all? Let’s get rid of them. Let your fingers doodle a picture that will the best way to get your message across.
Probably, these were the thoughts that the authors of Ink Messenger were guided by when making it. It is a creative app and is entirely different from other IM services offered in the market.
●Ink Messenger was developed by Singapore-based Social Ink Pte Ltd in 2015.
●The author of the idea is James Chen.
●The fundamental difference between Ink Messenger and other messaging apps is the absence of keyboard. Users will have to express their thoughts only with stickers or doodles. Using a stylus or his fingers, a user can draw letters or images in different colours on the screen. Stickers can be made manually from bits of images that have been cropped out.
●Besides, a user can share his charts, tables, diagrams and schemes in a chat.
●Ink Messenger has an embedded social bulletin board for expressing your thoughts on various events.
●According to the Google Play Store, the app has been downloaded from 100 to 500 times.
●The IM service is presented in over 250 countries.
●To register in the system, you need a Facebook account. You will also be required to enter your country of residence and your mobile number to which a confirmation code will be sent.
●The app supports English language only.
●Ink Messenger can be downloaded from the Google Play Store and App Store.
●The service is free.
●It takes up 3.6 – 8.7 MB, depending the OS you use.
●Ink Messenger was released during the celebration of the 50th National Day of Singapore.