7 Best Free Calling Apps for iPhone

We have good social networks, forums, that helps us to connect with the world. After the innovation of smartphones, there are a lot of apps has been launched for different purposes.

Apps that could help to improve our productivity, messaging, drawing, gaming, etc. In similar, a lot of calling apps has been launched. Today we have to list 7 best free calling apps for iPhone.
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1. WhatsApp

WhatsApp comes first on our list. You can use WhatsApp with internet connection to make calls friends and family, to any countries.

2. Nanu

Nanu is my personal favorite app. Nanu is a free app that delivers free calls to everyone, everywhere, even on 2G. You need an internet connection (2G, EDGE, 3G, 4G/LTE or WiFi) when you call nanu-to-non nanu and the one you are calling doesn’t need one.

3. Nimbuzz

Nimbuzz comes third on our list. Nimbuzz Messenger is used by more than 150+ million registered users that lets you make free Nimbuzz to Nimbuzz calls for absolutely free.

4. imo

imo is easy to use as like WhatsApp. You can can make high quality video and voice calls for free on imo. Also you can chat with your friends, group chat with friends, family, roommates and others for free.

5. Viber

Viber is one of the world’s popular, widely used app that lets you send free messages as well as make free calls to other Viber users, on any device and network, in any country.

6. Messenger

If you are an active Facebook user and had a lot of friends, Facebook messenger is a good choice for you to call. Facebook messenger lets you call your friends instantly from the messenger app.

7. Skype

The internet’s revolution app Skype also fit into this category.  You might already know, what Skype can do for you. You can make free calls to any Skype users, also to non Skype numbers with a small fee.

Only 7 apps? Definitely not. We will update the list soon with more apps. Stay in touch.

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