Chat thaigirls

Just take a ride in the MRT or BTS in Bangkok and see how 90% of the people that are chatting with friends on their phone are using LINE.

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In this post I present you the three most popular messenger apps that almost 100% of Thai people who have a smartphone or i Pad have installed and use on a daily basis.

The great thing about them all is that they are free.

Don’t worry, most of us feel the same way at first, and I wanted to share great ways to break the ice and help you find love in Thailand.

The five best dating apps in Thailand I share will help get you a date within a day. Sadly, most of these come from disgruntled expats who’ve frequented the seedy bar scene for one too many years.

There are a few niche messenger apps (like We Chat, TALK and Chaton) but seriously don’t worry about them, if you have any of the three apps I mentioned here you can chat with any Thai person that has a smartphone.

Obviously if you go out to the villages you have lot’s of people that don’t have smartphones or tablets (often not a phone at all) and then the way to write each other is simply via good old sms messages, or email.To add friends on your Facebook Messenger obviously you need to have a Facebook account, add friends there and let them accept.Additionally you need to download the “Facebook Messenger” app.LINE is by far the most popular messenger app in Thailand, yes that’s right much more popular than Whats App and Facebook Messenger.Originally from Japan it gained huge popularity within days after its launch in early 2012 and by the end of the year it counted more than 10 million active users in Thailand.To add new friends to your Whats App messenger and start chatting you simply need to save the phone number of your new friend and after two or three minutes the new contact will appear in the “Contacts” list of your Whats App.

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