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When you register with WeChat it is completed with your Facebook connection, mobile phone, or a Tencent QQ. This application was originally launched under the name of Weixin in China in January of 2011 with the international language support included in October of 2011, and was then re-branded with the name we now know it to be as WeChat in April of 2012.
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Live Chat – the latest versions of WeChat now have a live Chat feature which allow you to add a user to a chat and speak with them via voice just like you would over a phone. Unfortunately this is only one user at a time and not a group chat feature.
Moments – much like a timeline you can add various moments to your WeChat, or you can send those moments to someone else in the form of a picture and a caption!
However, it’s not the first one of its kind. In fact, there are a lot of other great options like Viber and WhatsApp. The question is – should you download all of them or just download WeChat?
WeChat is one of those apps. It lessens your communication costs since it allows you to send messages and make calls for free. It is considered as a very good and logical alternative to the text messaging and voice services that your mobile carrier is offering.