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    IM+'s review

    Published: 2011-07-13, by .

    IM+ is an app that integrates multiple messenger accounts

    • User-friendly interface
    • Amount of different accounts supported
    • Group chat
    • Send media files and location
    • Customization settings
    • Drains too much battery

    "Warning: not suitable for chat-haters "

    This is probably the multi-account messenger app that integrates more platforms: Skype, Facebook, AIM, MSN, Yahoo, ICQ, Jabber, Google Talk, MySpace, Vkontakte and Yandex IM. Just insane.

    It has a user-friendly interface set in white background, and three tabs on the top: contact, chats and accounts. The list of platforms are displayed with its name and logo to make easier its recognition. Choose the ones you have an account with and put all your chat contacts together. The chat list will show your contact profile picture, the name and on the right side the logo of the account where he/she's connected to.

    Apart from text chat, you can send to your contacts pictures, audio files, emoji and even location. We really like the push notifications mode that allows you not be aware all the time about the chat, and keep doing other stuff with your phone. Some of these platforms permits chat group (Skype and MSN). You can keep the logs of your chat or send them as e-mail or Facebook post. And finally, there are lots of customization options: avatars, emoji, status, layouts, and many more. IM+ is available in 10+ languages.

    IM+ has been developed by SHAPES services, an emerging mobile app developer who has launched several apps on the market with remarkably success.

    If you like chatting and you have multiple accounts, it's time to put all of them together in a good-looking and simple app. High recommendable.

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    Manu Appszoom logo

    by Manu , Appszoom

    Jul 13, 2011


    IM+ supports simultaneously major IM services, including Google Talk, Twitter DMs, Yahoo!, AIM/iChat, ICQ, Jabber (and Slack through Jabber), and many others.Below is the list of other IM+ features:
    - UI is optimized for both smartphones and tablet computers
    - Send text messages, photos, and voice notes
    - Group chats in AIM, ICQ
    - Chat history
    - Multiple accounts per service
    - Create personal and geo status messages
    - Customize your IM+ experience with different sound notifications and emoticons
    - Typing notifications
    - Option to set Master Password
    - Off-The-Record (OTR) messaging

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    Users comments for IM+

    Gina H

    by Gina H

    Oct 16, 2017  |  "Poor"

    it won't connect my yahoo account keeps saying authorization failed....

    Scott M. Rosenberg

    by Scott M. Rosenberg

    Oct 09, 2017  |  "OK"

    The app works just fine, and I didn't mind the ads; Everyone needs to make money, after all. But they recently introduced full-screen autoplay unskippable video ads WITH AUDIO. This app is therefore completely unusable anywhere quiet. Even if your phone is on vibrate, this uses the media volume so it'll still make potentially catastrophic amounts of noise semi-randomly and without warning. Also, windowshade notifications don't seem to work in Android 8 (maybe it's just me?)

    Hank Master

    by Hank Master

    Oct 09, 2017  |  "Poor"

    Don't bother paying for this, the free version has recent updates yet paid version have not been updated for a long time. You would expect paid version to get more updated, but no

    A Google user

    by A Google user

    Oct 08, 2017  |  "Great"

    1808...he was hot and good. Heaven's gates are O's. Who was 33 in 06'? This dude created AIM

    Matt Solle

    by Matt Solle

    Oct 05, 2017  |  "Poor"

    Full screen video ads, gross.

    A Google user

    by A Google user

    Oct 03, 2017  |  "Poor"

    Initial start had a full screen blaring video ad. Noped right out and uninstalled. Unubtrusive ads? OK. Battery and data burning videos? Nuh-uh.