Kik messenger – the popular messaging application which was developed in 2010, by students from university of waterloo, has been quite a success as it has become a part of day to day language of people where they keep asking others – “What’s your kik”.
The only thing that appears to be similar about the two is the fact that both of them don’t require any personal details to be revealed and work on PIN/Usernames.
Kik has been very poplar over the last few years and has especially become a sensation amidst the youngsters and the teens as they are the major users and target audience of Kik. However one major demand of Kik users is that kik messenger must also be introduced for PC.
Although there is no official kik available for the PC, there are many ways that it can be achieved. One of the primary ways by which people do it is using the android emulators.
Android emulators are, in simple words, a virtual android device in your computer screen where you can perform all the functions you do to an android device.
Bluestacks is the primary name that comes to mind. Google on how to install Bluestacks, and install it. Then go to the google play store in the bluestacks application and install kik messenger. You are now ready to use kik messenger from PC.
There are somewhere around 150 million registered users of Kik on the planet as of now.
Are you a kik user? How would you rank it against traditional IM clients? And oh, “What’s your kik?”