WASHINGTON - Texting is so 2012.
Fewer people are sending text messages as more are favoring instant message apps such as WhatsApp and SnapChat, according to researchers.
While fewer are choosing text messaging for phone communication, it isn't disappearing just yet. Analysts found there was still a total of 145 billion texts sent in 2013 -- 7 billion texts fewer than in 2012, according to CNET.
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