Tom’s Messenger

Tom’s Messenger

The apps that you can find on Google Play offer numerous activities including the one to have a virtual pet at home. One of the most popular ways to do that is to download the My Talking Tom game that has become so successful it has sprung up many other Tom apps. Tom’s Messenger is one such application.

The app is a really innovative way to send messages to friends and no, this time you will not be feeding and bathing Tom, this time you will be recording and sending messages. In fact Tom’s Messenger is much more versatile than it seems to be – the application allows you to use other pet characters such as the dog Ben, the female cats Ginger and Angela and other similar digital characters. The choice is up to you so pick the one you like the best! Once done, you can record your message and then store it on your Android device. The message can be then sent to someone and Tom’s Messenger does deliver here – the app supports SMS, Facebook, KakaoTalk and other messaging services and social networks.

Visually Tom’s Messenger does deliver some 3D effects but the app is in no way a game. You can see this in the interface too – there are no game control buttons or similar functions – just record the message and then send it.

Although a bit hard to figure out at first Tom’s Messenger is a really nice app. It gives you a new and unique way to send messages when you need it and do that for free!

You can take a look at Tom’s Messenger here on Google Play.

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