Best Android SMS and texting app


Text messaging is still the most popular ways to communicate especially for us Filipinos. It’s quick, easy to do, and it doesn’t require you pause what you’re doing like phone calls do. Let’s take a look at the best texting apps and SMS apps for Android to see if we can’t help you make your texting experience better. Do note that various texting apps will have issues depending on your device, Android version, and texting habits. That’s why we list some of them!

Android Messages

Android Message is a free texting app by Google. In terms of features, Android Messages keeps it light. You'll have some light theming options, some organization and backup features, and a decent search function. The design is entirely Material Design. That means it looks good and it's easy to use. There are some issues here and there. Additionally, the app can be a little slow. Otherwise, it's probably the best of the free texting apps.


QKSMS is a newer texting app that came to prominence during the era when Material Design apps were hard to find. This one sticks almost strictly to the Android design guidelines so you know what kind of visual experience you’re in for. Some of the features include themes, a night mode (dark theme), floating notifications, group messaging, MMS, and search. It's also open source and completely free to use. The in-app purchases are for funding development and are optional.

I'll be honest with you. Facebook Messenger isn't a great app. It uses a ton of battery, storage, and RAM. It also has ads. However, chances are that you have it on your device. Facebook has tons of users and it's likely you keep this around because you have those loved ones that just won't switch to something better. If you're going to have it around, you might as well enable its SMS support. That way you can kind of kill two birds with one stone. It has satisfactory SMS integration if that helps. It's not the best option when it comes to texting apps. It is among the most convenient, though.

Yaata SMS

YAATA SMS is one of a few up and coming texting apps that are really good. It has a bunch of features, including group chat support, schedule message sending, and complete MMS support. If you buy the premium version, you’ll also get SMS blacklisting, an auto-responder, auto-forwarding, and the ability to backup and restore your settings in case you buy a new device. It uses Material Design and it looks quite good. It also comes with widgets, and it even has chat heads similar to Facebook Messenger. There are some bugs, but most of them aren't serious.

If your favorite texting app isn't on the list, just leave a comment and tell us about it


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