Advantages and disadvantages of mobile messaging

We all know mobile messaging and how it works well. They keep us connected to each other, they allow us to exchange thoughts, they are instantaneous and the best way to communicate. Aren’t we somewhere connected with them? Yes, we all are. The world of mobile messaging is continuously growing, and according to a report, more than a quarter of the world’s population will be familiar with mobile messaging by 2019. Fascinating, right? It has become a trend these days. These fashion messages come with their pros and cons, even these are some of them:


Let’s discuss the good first. So what are they?

1. The very concept of mobile messaging is fulfilled, which is to connect the world. We can be in contact with anyone from the same or different city or country.

2. We can create groups and contact our work members in a minute. It saves us time and suggestions can be discussed with everyone.

3. We can talk to multiple people at the same time.

4. We can discuss our ideas with people or even share photos and videos with them.

5. Time zones are no longer a problem. There is no need to adjust talking times when we can leave messages for each other to read according to their schedule.

6. It makes us experts in technology.

7. You can even teach through mobile messages and stay in touch with students.

So basically, mobile messaging is about being there for each other, regardless of differences. It creates a little world where one can interact, share, learn and even have fun. These can be a good way to relax after a stressful day by simply talking to your lost friend or relative. Mobile messaging has brought us closer to each other. Right?


Oh no, do they really have cons too? Let us see:

1. Although they provide a great way to stay in touch, they lack the one-on-one personal conversation experience. The comfort of sitting down and talking to someone does not satisfy her at all.

2. We cannot measure the mental or emotional well-being of a person through messages. One can be sad but be completely normal in the messages. We have no say in the emotional state of a person.

3. There is always a nuance of occasion. It is possible that the person you are sending the message to is not there and the messages are being answered by someone else using their mobile phone.

So yes, there are advantages and disadvantages of mobile messaging, although the advantages dominate, but there are still the disadvantages.

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