Captainkrtek · Dec 12, 2010 at 12:00 pm

New Version of IM+ Avaliable

According to XDA Member vit_, a new version of IM+ is available for download from the Android app market. The app allows you to use multiple IM clients all in one, so you can chat with all of your friends via many instant messaging services using your Android device.

Here are some of the new features in build 3.3:

  • Smoother UI graphics
  • Group chats
  • Swipe-switching between chats
  • Login with several accounts for one IM service
  • Geo-status and Geo-location sending
  • Chat or history sending by email
  • Many bugfixes and performance improvements!
  • We encourage you to go give it a try and report any issues to the developer in the discussion thread.


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