While Snapchat is indisputably the most popular of the disappearing messages app variety, there are similarly ephemeral messengers being developed all the time. From Hopflow, the Quickie app is compatible with iOS and Android devices. In addition to sending self-destructing photo messages, you can also send video, drawings and text.
Described by Tech Crunch as "so simple and frivolous," the disappearing messages app makes it easier than ever to open and send a picture using the front or back camera. Strictly for fun, the live messenger app is lighter than other mediums and is kid-friendly. Its user interface is more intuitive and will likely resonate with parents trying to get in on the messaging app game.