The new application is distinguished from all regular messaging applications with the idea of its interfaces that make the interaction between people more lively and enjoyable, as this application does not contain a record of conversations and correspondence, but rather users correspond in it through interfaces in which the writings appear directly and then disappear by themselves, that is, its data It will not occupy as much space in the devices’ memory as other applications.
⚔️ Emojis are a big deal in Honk—literally. When you tap the Reaction icon in a chat, a burst of huge emojis will fly across the screen. If you both send them at the same time, they’ll meet in the middle and battle. Just a warning: once you try it, it’s hard to stop. pic.twitter.com/GktpqqFren
— Honk (@usehonk) December 24, 2020
The user can choose one or several contacts to have a group conversation, and users can make messaging more fun via distinctive emojis.
📌 In Honk, keep your close friends just a little closer by pinning them to the top of your home screen. Just press and hold to pin or unpin someone in one tap. You can have up to 9 pinned friends at a time — and change them whenever you want! pic.twitter.com/PpJEa9UdBO
— Honk (@usehonk) December 26, 2020
The user can send messages of 160 characters per message, as well as the ability to control the colors and shapes of the messaging interfaces, and the ability to specify specific emoji to appear next to words or phrases during chats.
The application is supposed to get additional features in the future, and it will be launched at the beginning of next year for Android devices as well.