Top 5 Best Voice Call Apps

Landline phones, what are those things? The era of such devices is coming to an end, if not at an end already. Almost everyone has a smartphone and can access data or Wi-Fi. With this in mind, the need for making phone calls has taken a new different turn as voice call apps get popular. On that note, you can make cheaper calls to your friends wherever they may be via the use of these best voice call apps.

#1. Viber

To start off our list is an app that has quite the user base. The last time I used this app it was still new, so not that many people used it, but right now it’s one of the best voice call solutions in the store. Using this app, you can make free calls to other users no matter where they are. One thing that you need to ensure is that the person is also using Viber for the call to be free. If you don’t feel like calling, then enjoy the text and group messaging that the app offers as well.

Features

  • Make international calls to Viber users for free
  • Choose between either video or voice call
  • Text messages and all calls are encrypted
Viber Messenger
Price: Free+

#2. Skype

This list wouldn’t be complete without talking about this app. Skype has one of the largest user bases as well as devoted users. There aren’t many people who don’t have a Skype account. With this app, you’ll be sure to contact almost anyone due to its large user base. On top of that, it offers one of the best and most reliable voice call service. Finally, you can use it on any platform, which is great.

Features

  • Video and voice call support
  • Cross-platform support
  • Low rates for calls to mobiles and landlines outside of Skype

#3. WhatsApp

One of the new apps on this list, WhatsApp released their voice calling service quite recently. This app is right app there with Skype and Viber in terms of user base and offers a decent voice calling service as well. The app had already established itself as one of the best messaging services in the app store, but now it’s also gaining ground on voice calling as well. They have introduced video calling in the app, but it’s still very new so, let’s wait and see.

Features

  • No fees for SMS and voice calls
  • Cross-platform support
  • No need for a username/pin to use the account
WhatsApp Messenger
Price: Free

#4. Google Hangouts

This app hasn’t made as much stride as Google expected, but that doesn’t mean that it’s bad. It still can hold its own. It was supposed to be Google’s answer to Skype, but it’s very clear that it fell short on that goal. Hangouts offers its users the opportunity to send messages and stickers to one another as well as make free calls to them when needed. The good thing about the app is it’s already preinstalled on the phone and can be accessed via a Google account, which every Android user has.

Features

  • Free calls to other Hangout users
  • Cross-platform support
  • Voicemail integration, phone calling, and SMS texting are included when you connect your Google Voice account.
Hangouts
Price: Free

#5. Tango

This app used to be popular back in the days, but not as much anymore. This doesn’t mean that it’s horrible, it still works great. It offers free calls between Tango users and has cross platform support. In a bid to stay relevant, the app offers other great features such as built-in games that you can play with friends and much more.

Features

  • Send and receive messages with stickers and emoji
  • Join groups and have conversations
  • Make video/voice calls to people with the Tango app

These are some of the best voice call apps in the store right now. Which one do you think is the best out of the five mentioned above? Also check the best VOIP apps.

Kibbs is a passionate tech writer with excellent knowledge in tech stuff.

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