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  • 3.0 stars

    "does ok but could be better"

    January 18, 2012  |   By snuggarelli


    - like the floating dock and how you can customize it
    - like how you can put all your messaging into one
    - like how you can minimize it
    - customizable in sounds and colors too
    - could use some nicer lay-out/UI, but in terms of functions it seems good.


    - wish it supported skype which is the only stupid client that I'm stuck with opening separately
    - FB seems to be still an issue.
    - don't like how I keep getting messages from weirdos, but that might be a yahoo chat issue.
    - a little bit of a cludgy old app design


    Overall, this is the only multiple client IM product I have on my desktop.

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