Outwardly - Send a message without adding number

One of the biggest annoyances of social messaging apps like WhatsApp, which I have to explain to everyone new to the app (a number that's dwindling every day), is that you can only start chats with numbers that are saved as phone contacts. The only exception is if you receive a contact's number from someone else inside a messaging chat, in which case you can start talking to them without adding them to your address book first.

However, there are a few ways to bypass this limitation, one of which is provided by social messaging itself, though not natively in the app. If you're not aware of these, I'll explain three of the easiest methods below.

You can use an app to speed things up. Several Android apps use these wa.me links but in a non-user-facing way — i.e. you don't have to type a URL or pass by a web browser first. You simply enter the phone number, tap a button, and you're taken to a newly-created chat in WhatsApp or any social messaging apps.

Send a message without adding a contact number for social messaging apps.

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The "WhatsApp" name or logo is copyright to WhatsApp.This app not affiliated with any kind of messenger or any other 3rd party app. This app only helps you to send messages in WhatsApp app.

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Updated
August 4, 2019
Size
9.5M
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Current Version
1.01
Requires Android
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