Users can send text messages, audio messages, videos, and photos to one or many people with no message limits or fees.
Users can snap, edit, and share photos and 15-second videos, either publicly or with a private network of followers. It unites the most popular features of social media sites: sharing, seeing, and commenting on photos. It also lets you apply fun filters and effects to your photos.
This is a messaging app that lets users put a time limit on the pictures and videos they send before they disappear. Most teens use the app to share goofy or embarrassing photos without the risk of them going public.
It is a microblogging tool that allows users to post brief, 140-character messages — called “tweets” — and follow other users’ activities. It’s not only for adults; teens like using it to share tidbits and keep up with news and celebrities
is like a cross between a blog and Twitter: It’s a streaming scrapbook of text, photos, and/or videos and audio clips. Users create and follow short blogs, or “tumblogs,” that can be seen by anyone online. Many teens have tumblogs for personal use.
6. WhisperThis is a social “confessional” app that allows users to post whatever’s on their minds, paired with an image. With all the emotions running through teens, anonymous outlets give them the freedom to share their feelings without fear of judgment.
It is a photo and messaging dating app for browsing pictures of potential matches within a certain mile radius of the user’s location. It’s very popular with 20-somethings as a way to meet new people for casual or long-term relationships.
8. Yik Yak
It is a free social-networking app that lets users post brief, Twitter-like comments to the 500 geographically nearest Yik Yak users. Kids can find out opinions, secrets, rumors, and more. Plus, they’ll get the bonus thrill of knowing all these have come from a 1.5-mile radius.
LinkedIn is used to go-to network for easily reaching out to people in your field, and even recently for posting content relevant to your job.And there are now many job openings you can apply to simply by attaching your LinkedIn profile.
WeChat is one of the largest messaging apps in the world. You can use WeChat to do just about anything, including play games, send money to people, make video calls, hail a taxi, order food, buy movie tickets, read the news, book a doctor appointment, and more.