App Review: IM+ (Plus)July 4, 2011 1 Comment
IM+ (plus) came to us at a time when us Windows Phone users were in dire need of an Instant Messeging app for WP7. The few we had were very buggy and not very useful. Even the mighty Flory that we touted as the IM app so save us all – failed us horribly. \
IM+ has tons of IM services you can connect to like
The app itself is great! you have all yourÂ IM buddies on the same list with just the icon differentiating from what dervice they are from. IM+ works perfectly to message friends and have full convo’s without a hiccup. The problems begin when you exit the app – Â since it disconnects you from all the services. When you go back in the app it has to reconnect you to everything all over again (which takes 45 seconds to a minute). So maintaining a long conversation through IM+ can be brutal, it even shows you as offline when you exit so friends won’t message you when you are not in the app. So technically by using this app you end up messaging some friends and not hearing back from them due to you exiting the app by mistake, phone call, text or anything else that might make you exit the application.
IM+ is a good app but has too many shortcomingsÂ andÂ way to slow even if the price has been bumped down to $5. I can only recomend this app to folks who can’t live without instant messagning for a few more months and can deal with the lack of speed.
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The wide variety of online messenger clients out there often means that no single one works for all of your contacts. They may be spread out among Google Talk, Facebook, Skype, Yahoo etc. To keep in touch, you have to spread yourself out across all of those platforms too. But this limits your availability to whichever service youâ€™re checking in with at the momentâ€“and the people who use that one.
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