When comparing Taptalk vs Pulse SMS, the Slant community recommends Pulse SMS for most people. In the question“What are the best messaging apps for Android?” Pulse SMS is ranked 13th while Taptalk is ranked 31st.
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Pro Lacks advanced functionality that could get in the way of sharing
Taptalk lacks any additional features and choices that could take away from sending a photo as fast as possible. There's no preview screen that asks to reconfirm sending a message or choosing a filter. As soon as the photo or video is taken, it's sent.
Pro Offers a very quick way of sharing photos and videos
Tap a contact to take a picture, tap and hold a contact to record video. Tapping the screen will allow you to add text to photos and videos just taken. The whole interface consists of a single screen.
Pro One-to-one conversations increase chance of feedback
Limiting conversations to only two parties increases the likelihood of getting a response.
Pro Multi-platform/Unified Messaging
Pro Good Material Design UI
Pro Encrypted messaging content on devices
Pro Per-Conversation Customization
Pro You can use the iOS app as long as you know how to sideload it
It is on GitHub and there's a way to sideload it with Cydia impactor and appsigner.io
Pro One-time fee
Con No groups
Taptalk only allows one-to-one communications.
Con No RCS support
But only Messages has that.
Con Lacks support for UWP on Windows 10
UWP apps aren't hard to build - Luke K could bring his app to the Windows Store easily and make a TON of people happy at work.