Hike Messenger is one of the fastest growing social messaging apps in the world. With over 34 million users from all over the world, this handy little app is becoming the 'go to' messenger app. The only drawback to this, and any other mobile messaging app, is the tiny screens. Even with today's large screen smartphones, it can still be difficult to read the tiny text on your screen.
No more eye strain necessary, my friends. By downloading the free Bluestacks Android Emulator for your computer, you can easily use Hike Messenger on PC and begin conversing with millions of new friends. Instead of touching your screen and accidentally hitting the wrong conversations or stickers, you can use your mouse to easily navigate through conversations, calls, contacts and more. The added convenience of using your computer's keyboard when you download Hike Messenger on PC makes typing a breeze. Talk as fast as your hands can type!
Getting ready to use Hike Messenger on PC is quick and easy. The first step is to download the Bluestacks Android Emulator from either of the links at the top and bottom of this page. The app is free to download and only takes a few seconds. Once you select your operating system, the rest of the process is pretty automatic. After installation of Bluestacks is complete, use the search button to locate Hike Messenger in the Google Play store.
Hike Messenger is much like other social messenger apps out there, but with many added features. After signing up, you will begin to see many of these features in action. Your messages can include PDF files, stickers, audio, video and more. There is also free calling to hundreds of countries, all of which can be done from the comfort and convenience of your home computer.
The screenshots show just how easily you will be able to read text and conversations from your friends when your download Hike Messenger on PC using the free Bluestacks Android Emulator. No more fumbling around on your smartphone keyboard and dealing with auto-correct programs. Quickly type, respond and begin conversations as fast s your fingers can type. Use your microphone to make calls to over 200 countries, including India.