10 messaging apps to help you communicate more efficiently
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Eko is a bit newer on the messaging app market. It’s geared toward the enterprise in order to facilitate messaging co-workers, teams, and managing tasks. Eko was recently backed by the accelerator 500 Startups. There’s a free standard version, as well as a paid enterprise version. Free, available for iOS and Android.
TigerText is another ephemeral messaging app, though in this case, users can pick how long the message lasts. The app is also compliant with HIPAA, FINRA, Article8, and SOX. Other features include multiple inboxes, voice notes, and delivery confirmation. Free, available for iOS and Android.