AppMess Video Review: Charge Messenger

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What are the advantages of Charge messenger?

  • The app is available on iOS and Android, plus it has a web version, but, to be honest, it is still being beta tested. However, the vast majority of the user base can already test out the new product personally.
  • The registration process in Charge is as simple as 123 – all that’s required from you is to enter your phone number. Having confirmed it, you will be able to open the app on any device with no extra passwords.
  • The messaging app is packed with a universal search engine that allows us to find and make new friends. As for the contact list, it is momentarily synced with Charge.

Charge Video Review

  • The app’s simple and neat design will be a nice treat that will make you wonder why you haven’t heard about the product sooner. Charge’s stylish color combos together with an intuitive interface will make each user feel comfortable, just like at home.
  • Speaking of minimalism, Charge’s ambitious team sticks to it in its work, relying on messaging and voice calls. The +GIF function may grow to become an interesting feature, allowing users to pick the appropriate animated content for each keyword, for example. This will greatly help make communication more lively and dialogs more spontaneous.
  • Charge will enable users to share photo and video content. All of this can be uploaded from your device’s gallery or created right in the messenger’s menu. In addition, locations can be share with the help of Google Maps. Standard options that definitely won’t be redundant.
  • Charge supports group chats. They don’t stand out that much, but they will be able to help you discuss important issues with a circle of friends, which is very useful.
  • The app’s notification sounds can be configured as your heart desires or disabled completely. There’s also the opportunity to turn on the “do not disturb” mode for separate chats.
  • Charge is free and perfectly synchronizes with any device. As for the message history, it is kindly stored on the cloud and is protected by the TLS encryption protocol.

The time has come to talk in more detail about Charge’s negative aspects.

  • The application isn’t falling under the influence of trends and isn’t introducing stickers, settling for GIF messages. This can be explained by the unwillingness of the company’s chief developers and designers to spend time on details, or this may well be a deliberate intent in line with the company’s policy, who knows.
  • The absence of video calls and multimedia messaging can hardly be considered a positive factor for a modern means of communication. Although, sometimes less is more.
  • Last but not least, the app’s user base isn’t that huge, but this probably has to do with the aforementioned ‘name changing’ story. In any case, let’s wish the young project all the best of luck in manifesting itself in all its glory in a saturated market.

That’s all we have to say about that. Thanks for watching. Communicate in real life, communicate online and take good care!

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