IM+ an All-in-one Chat Messenger App for Android
Apr 27, 2011 11:00 AM –
IM+. All public IM services in one client! No cost per message. Chat with IM+ All-in-One instant messenger on Skype, Facebook, AIM, MSN/Windows Live Messenger, Yahoo!, ICQ, Jabber, Google Talk and MySpace IM in real-time. No cost per message, IM+ doesn’t use SMS to send messages. Skype and MSN group chat: invite your friends and enjoy group conversations. Share your Geo location with you buddies through status message. Push mode for longer battery life: stay on-line and receive incoming messages even if you exit IM+.
Price: Free, $4.99
Tested on: HTC Desire HD
Pros & Cons:
- All IM chats in one simple application.
- Easy to use interface.
- Smooth, intuitive UI
- Group Conversations on Skype and MSN.
- Can run in the background.
- Good range of connection options.
- Status settings.
- You cannot send files, unlike some dedicated apps and SMS.
- An exit toggle could be useful, because leaving the app doesn’t close it down.
IM+ is an all-in-one Instant Messaging solution. The great thing about this application is that you don’t have to be running multiple chat application at the same time. All you need is right there in IM+.
With IM+ you can have your Skype, Facebook, AOL, MSN, Yahoo!, ICQ, Jabber, Google Talk and MySpace chats all in one easy-to-use application. It is a simple idea but very well executed in IM+. If you are the kind of social butterfly that can happily converse with several friends at one time, this app is essential. You will only be restricted by how fast you can type!
The way you can control your visibility on IM+ is a good feature. You want to chat with your friend on Facebook but aren’t particularly liking the idea of chatting with your gossipy Auntie Clara on MSN? IM+ lets you control which platforms are running and who you talk to. 😉
Watch on Mobile
IM+ Chat Screen
IM+ Status Manager
IM+ Services List
IM+ Contacts List
IM+ Chats List
IM+ Signed into Facebook
IM+ About Screen
The need to communicate on various platforms is a modern phenomenon brought about the annoying way all your friends use different methods. You might have your pals on MSN, chums that use Google Talk, buddies that are only ever on Facebook chat or maybe ones that still swear by AIM. IM+ brings all these and more into one application, saving you the bother of having to run multiple programs to stay in touch with them all.
Ease of Use:
IM+ is effortless to use, you connect to your accounts, select your contacts and you can be chatting in no time at all. It also allows you to manage multiple chats at the same time, saving the bother to switch between different applications to continue chatting.
I guess this depends on how sociable a creature you are. If you chat a lot, it could be the most used application on your phone. If you only use chat functions occasionally, this is still a useful application to have because it gives you access to all the different platforms in one easy program.
The interface is polished, fluid and uncomplicated to operate. It lets you have all the access you need without hassling you with complex menus or an unintuitive interface. A lot of thought seems to have gone into how users chat, and in creating a platform that permits chatterboxes all the freedom they require to communicate with friends, family and colleagues. You just have to smoothly slide between your contacts, chat streams and accounts. I encountered no slow down and overall it was a fluid experience.