Gmail extensions that take your mailbox to the next level

When it comes to email, there have been many brands that lay claims to be the best clients. Some of these are best suited for corporations, some for personal, while others can be used perfectly well for both.

Gmail is synonymous for being an email client that is used for both personal as well as work profiles. As Gmail evolved, the search giant introduced its own browser and created additional plugins that took the best of its email service and made it even better.

Meet WhatsApp’s 10 ‘biggest rivals’

Meet WhatsApp’s 10 ‘biggest rivals’

WhatsApp is almost the default messaging app for most of us in India. The app boasting of over a billion users offers some nifty features that has most of us hooked. However, if you search around, there are some worthy rivals that you can consider. Many of these apps offer features that are missing in WhatsApp. Here’s over to 10 WhatsApp alternatives that you can consider.

Hike

Hike is said to be India’s first home-grown messaging platform. The messaging app claims millions of users in India. Hike is available on smartphones running Android, iOS and Windows Phone. It trumps over the Facebook-owned instant messenger WhatsApp, courtesy its better sticker collection, hidden chat feature and limited ‘free messaging’ to non-Hike members. The company recently launched new features like Stories, Camera and Live Filters for India.

Facebook Messenger

Although both Messenger and WhatsApp now fall under the same Facebook family, Facebook Messenger over the past few the years has made rapid strides in the instant messaging segment. The app features a sea of stickers, has some simple but quite addictive games, and some small customization options as well. There’s also auto reply option. Facebook Messenger roo is is available on all major platforms. The messaging platform recently got a new look. The update introduces new tabs to the top of Messenger’s main screen.

Line

Line app is widely known as Facebook of Japan. Another rival to WhatsApp…

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