Our Whatsapp and Viber app clone will have to include:
- Security so that the user could log in without concerns
- Encrypted password storage options
- Ability to change typesetting of messages
- Optional ability to interface with both networks simultaneously
- Adherence to developer-backed API codes
- Compatibility with all recent Google Android versions
- Ability to send pictures and text in accordance with the original Viber and Whatsapp platforms
- Functions to actually log out and shut down the app instead of merely bring to background; these are necessary to prevent additional log in errors
- Clean interface
- Use of Android windowing features to make the footprint smaller.
Demographics for this kind of software would be surprisingly broad, and many people need it. Those who user older mobile devices and lighter weight designs often flock to alternatives, because they tend to run better than bloated actual official apps. This might help to attractive an intelligent informed clientele who tends to like to modify their technology and get the most out of the digital universe. People who have a flair for technology might very well turn to it.
Naturally it might also attract more traditional users of instant messaging software, as well as those who suddenly find that their existing Viber and Whatsapp installations ceased functioning. Mobile instant messaging is becoming hotter now for several reasons. Paramount among these is the fact that more carriers are starting to charge for SMS and that means that people have to turn to other programs to make up for it. It’s also becoming more popular because email is too slow in certain instances, and that makes business users a distant but very popular demographic who might end up being interested in this class of mobile application.