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.The success factor and why it is so popular in Thailand are the “stickers” – a great way to express emotions and Thais just love it and even spend money to always purchase new sets of sticker albums, obviously also to show off.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.Sakura – While there are a few Japanese girls on My Free Cams occasionally (along with a lot of girls pretending to be Japanese for whatever reason), Sakura Live is the epicenter of J-girls on webcam. Participation is pretty inexpensive and a lot of the women speak decent English.This site is highly recommended if want to chat up some sexy Japanese babes from the comfort of your own home.
What’s good about this site is the range of models.You can also broadcast your own cam on the site with ease.4.Live Free – This site is a lot like My Free Cams and Chaturbate.To add friends and start chatting in LINE there are two ways: You either search for the Line ID of your friend (which can be found under More – Settings – Profile and the search can be done visa More – Add Friends – Search by ID) and add him as a friend or you scan his or her QR Code (which can be found under More – Add Friends – QR Code – My QR Code).
As soon as you have added the person to your friends list you can start chatting.
Thais love chatting, laughing, gossiping, maybe not too much discussing but to put it short love to talk to other people.