This Online Chat and Messenger simulator will help you recreate social media conversations and to take a screenshot image. It can simulate both Android and iPhone SMS (text message), and the most popular chat applications, such as Facebook Messenger, Skype, Twitter, Tinder, Whattsapp and Linkedin. It supports dates, images, text messages (even HTML code) and emojis.
The best use of this free online tool is to create fake text messages. Recreate funny or invent fictional conversations between real or imaginary characters.
Taking a fake text message chat screenshot can be done in a few simple steps with this website. Later you can use it to prank someone or share it on your social media.
The program was built to be very intuitive and easy to use even without reading this guide. Play the animation that demonstrates how to set up the messages. Stop the demo and erase the screen to start with a fresh page.
The submitted messages in the speech bubbles is editable.
Hover a sent row with your mouse to reveal the close, move up and move down options. This will allow you to get rid of unwanted texts and reorganize them.
The tool supports HTML code wich pushes the limitations of the tool, allowing you to add bold text, or any other formatting. For more information about HTML tags visit the interactive HTML cheat sheet.
The program supports the most popular mobile applications but not Viber and Snapchat.
The first tabs open the most popular two mobile operating systems: Android and iOs. By default they show in mobile frames of two flagship phones: a squeezed Samsung Galaxy S10 and an iPhone 10. The frame can be disabled in the second row of the menu.
Facebook Messenger is available on facebook.com in the form of a small widget, on messenger.com as a full sized chat interface and also as individual mobile apps for all common operating systems. It supports voice and video calls, instant messages where the users can exchange photos, stickers, videos and files, as well as react to with emojis and interact with bots.
It has a simple design where you can see your own messages in blue speech bubbles and the others' in grey. The interface shows the friend's avatar and name but not yours.
Skype (owned by Microsoft since 2011) is one of the most common telecommunications application on both mobile and desktop. Capture a Skype conversation screenshots easily.
This is the only chat with dark background.
Twitter news and social network is mostly known for publicly shared short messages, known as "tweets" but we can also initiate one-on-one conversations with other members.
This location-based dating and social mobile app allows users to like or dislike (swipe left or right) other users based on their profile picture and a short bio. A messenger window pops up if there's a match (both parties liked each other).
WhatsApp is a free messaging and voice over internet protocoll service through mobile phone numbers. It supports one on one and group communication. The app is easily recognizable by its monochrome seamlessly repeating background showing all kind of objects on.
LinkedIn is the only chat in our list where both the sender and receiver avatars are listed on the left side. This is the most popular business and employment-oriented professional networking social media platform where users can engage into conversations on both the mobile app and website. The LinkedIn message screenshot generator is great to fake job interview chats and other business conversations.Start »
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