Should you ditch WhatsApp for Sasai?

WhatsApp is the most popular instant messaging service in the world. Even though there are a lot of enticing alternatives, many people have remained loyal to the platform. Now, with the advent of Sasai- a messaging service laden with cool features, are we going to see people migrating from WhatsApp to Sasai?

Sasai is an all-in-one app that you can use to send and receive money, pay bills as well as chat with friends and family. It is owned by Cassava Fintech.

What mainly sets WhatsApp apart from Sasai at the moment is Sasai Pay. In the meantime, one can only use Ecocash to make transactions. With Sasai 2.0 on the cards we expert the ability to link a variety of payments options. WhatsApp is currently testing its own payment solution and it has recently launched WhatsApp pay in India.

Sasai Pay is not the only feature you can have on Sasai. There are several other things you can do using Sasai like gaming and music streaming. You can also order services such as to hail a ride or call a plumber. Another great thing, according to Sasai, is a chance to make passive income while using the app.

With Sasai you can also make some money through our paying Ads integration. We’ve partnered with an international technology company that gives subscribers a chance to earn $$ for watching Ads on Sasai.

As seen above, WhatsApp and Sasai are two totally different platforms and therefore one can choose to have one or both. When it comes to messaging, there is no doubt that the former will remain the number one choice. The latter is feature-laden and with time it will continue to grow and have a large number of users globally. It poses no threat to any other instant messaging service as it is in a league of its own and therefore will not disrupt other social media platforms which came before it.