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Jongla – Free Fun Messaging | NewsWatch Review

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I don’t know about you, but I’m tired of receiving a “not enough storage” notification because an app takes up too much space on my phone. Well, don’t worry because here comes your app in shining armor. Jongla is a social messaging app that holds the proud title of world’s lightest messenger app.

What exactly does that mean? Well, it’s about 10 times smaller than Whatsapp and despite its storage size it still has all the awesome features of a robust messaging app. You can share unlimited text, stickers, images, videos and voice messages for free, chat with anyone in your contact list or find new people nearby to strike up a conversation with.

If one of your friends doesn’t have Jongla, no problem, they can reply right through the free web chat with Jongla Out. Jongla doesn’t only have to be used with friends in your contacts, the app uses location services to find new friends near you then you’re able to start a free chat with them. Group chats are also beefed up here with up to 100 friends allowed in one chat.

They don’t just stop at texts, you can send pictures and videos as well! Fun voice filters are a cool feature that allows you to add things like sirens in the background or transform your voice into a crazy yeti sound to freak out your friends. Jongla prides itself on being the fun, fast and free messaging system for everyone, everywhere.

Jongla is free for Android, iOS, Windows and Firefox OS. Go to your app store or Get.Jong.la today to download it.
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