IM+ All-in-One Messenger for Android 6.5.0 Review

Connect multiple IM accounts in one place and chat with your friends with IM+ All-in-One Messenger for Android.

If your friends are spread out in the vast ether that is the Internet, it's not easy to round them up in one app. IM+ All-in-One Messenger for Android not only makes it possible, but incredibly easy, too. It supports more networks than you'll even know existed and makes all of your buddy lists easy to navigate.

This app constantly works in the background, so it will use up some battery life and RAM. It syncs with AIM, MSN, Facebook, Google Chat, and dozens of other messaging clients -- so you'll need to log in to each. If you want popular messaging service Skype, you have to shell out $4.99 for the pro version. That kicks out the ads, too -- but you probably won't notice those anyway. IM+ All-in-One Messenger for Android doesn't piggyback on any one messaging app's layout. Instead, it combines all of the apps into a sleek, black layout with very smooth tabbed navigation. It's actually better looking than most of the individual messaging apps. The app even uses your standard notification noises for new chats and messages. Though your account gets connected in seconds, you can't view or edit your own or your friends' profiles.

The app does everything you'd expect a messaging app to do better than any other app in the Play Store. If you use more than one service to chat with your friends and family, there's no reason not to use it. IM+ All-in-One Messenger for Android shines above other chat apps by offering support for more networks in one of the most stylish packages around.

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