Texting is the most convenient way to communicate with people if your phone is your primary device. There are plenty of instant messaging services that you can use in place of texting. One huge benefit to these services is that you can use them across most of your devices. These are the 7 best websites for online messaging, whether it’s through your computer or phone.
Join.me is LogMeIn’s freemium web video conferencing tool. The service lets lets users share audio, video, and even their screen. They tout their service as simple and it certainly is. I ran into a snag. I couldn’t get the app to work at first. After starting the first meeting, I was prompted to install a join.me.exe file … ContinuedMore about Join.me Visit Join.me
Skype Website 361
Skype is an instant messaging app that provides online text message and video chat services. Users may transmit both text and video messages and may exchange digital documents such as images, text, and video. Skype allows video conference calls.More about Skype Visit Skype
Cheap Cell Service and the “Snowden” Phone Website 21950
The FreedomPop craze started when the company started offering free 4G WiFi in 2012. Now, they’re offering a hacker phone and cheap cell service for it. The phone, nicknamed the “Snowden” phone by the industry, has everyone from TechCrunch to Mashable talking about it.More about FreedomPop Visit FreedomPop
One Phone Number for All Your Numbers Website 1
Google Voice assigns you a new free phone number and integrates it with powerful telephone enhancing features and a contact management system. This phone number acts as a hub for all your other phone numbers. You can accept text messages online, read your voice-mails, and direct calls to your current numbers based on predefined rules you assign.More about Google Voice Visit Google Voice