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IMVU

Key Details of IMVU

  • Customize your own 3D avatar, meet new people, chat, and create virtual goods
  • Last updated on 04/21/20
  • There has been 1 update within the past 6 months
  • The current version has 1 flag on VirusTotal badge_icon
  • Also available on Android and iOS

Editors' Review

by   / August 19, 2012

IMVU is "the world's largest 3D Chat and Dress-Up community." Launched in 2004, Instant Messaging Virtual Universe is simple in concept: Combine the social networking power of IM chat with a 3D virtual "universe." Participants create elaborate new identities, called avatars, that give free rein to self-expression. As with other virtual communities, you can make friends among IMVU's millions of users. But IMVU is much more than a 3D chat room: it's a real simulated world (or the real world, simulated). You can design, make, buy, and sell things like clothes and accessories, earn credit in IMVU's virtual economy, and get noticed. It's a fun way to learn stuff like how to run a small business or market a product, too.

Signing up for IMVU is easy and starts with choosing a free avatar. There are nine each of male and female avatars to choose from, and you can choose from either set; on IMVU, you can't judge anyone or take anything for granted, and you have to interact with people to learn about them. The avatars are all young, attractive, and a bit edgy, but in different (and good) ways. To create a screen name and password, you'll have to provide some info, such as date of birth and a valid email address. There's also a security question to make sure you're not a machine. We're not going to bore you or amuse you with our personal exploits, except to say we're all noobs once. We had no problems whatsoever with IMVU's interface or with the people we met. But, like a lot of things, you have to experience IMVU to understand it. There's a lot to do and to learn, including a whole subculture. A Google image search will let you peep through IMVU's portal, if you're curious.

Social media users have more or less hidden behind avatars and screen names since the bulletin board days; IMVU simply takes it to new levels. It keeps growing because it's a look at things to come. That, and it's fun. It's not for everyone (yet) but it's free, so see it for yourself!

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Editors' Review

by   / August 19, 2012

IMVU is "the world's largest 3D Chat and Dress-Up community." Launched in 2004, Instant Messaging Virtual Universe is simple in concept: Combine the social networking power of IM chat with a 3D virtual "universe." Participants create elaborate new identities, called avatars, that give free rein to self-expression. As with other virtual communities, you can make friends among IMVU's millions of users. But IMVU is much more than a 3D chat room: it's a real simulated world (or the real world, simulated). You can design, make, buy, and sell things like clothes and accessories, earn credit in IMVU's virtual economy, and get noticed. It's a fun way to learn stuff like how to run a small business or market a product, too.

Signing up for IMVU is easy and starts with choosing a free avatar. There are nine each of male and female avatars to choose from, and you can choose from either set; on IMVU, you can't judge anyone or take anything for granted, and you have to interact with people to learn about them. The avatars are all young, attractive, and a bit edgy, but in different (and good) ways. To create a screen name and password, you'll have to provide some info, such as date of birth and a valid email address. There's also a security question to make sure you're not a machine. We're not going to bore you or amuse you with our personal exploits, except to say we're all noobs once. We had no problems whatsoever with IMVU's interface or with the people we met. But, like a lot of things, you have to experience IMVU to understand it. There's a lot to do and to learn, including a whole subculture. A Google image search will let you peep through IMVU's portal, if you're curious.

Social media users have more or less hidden behind avatars and screen names since the bulletin board days; IMVU simply takes it to new levels. It keeps growing because it's a look at things to come. That, and it's fun. It's not for everyone (yet) but it's free, so see it for yourself!

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    3.3

    out of 48 votes

    • 5 star 16
    • 4 star 12
    • 3 star 5
    • 2 star 1
    • 1 star 14
 
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Full Specifications

What's new in version 538.0

    - Are you tired of your badge count showing to the world? Hide or show it at will! - Some users were crashing out when they took pictures in a room. We squished that bug for you. - We heard some of you were having problems while in Create Mode. Adjustments were made - Fixed a crash code that was crashing users out of rooms on the Client. - Curious about all those rooms you seen in the Feed? Now the names of those rooms will show in Feed photos. This is a great way to advertise your rooms! - The Greeter score on the Greeter badge is back. This will show how much impact a Greeter is having in the Community. - Update to Facebook API version which means you can keep using Facebook to login to IMVU. - Bug fixes to avoid crashing issues. - Provide an informational popup when logging in while your account is on Hold.

General

Publisher IMVU
Publisher web site http://www.imvu.com
Release Date April 06, 2020
Date Added April 21, 2020
Version 538.0

Category

Category Entertainment Software
Subcategory Lifestyle Software

Operating Systems

Operating Systems Windows XP/Vista/7/8/10
Additional Requirements None

Download Information

File Size 37.7MB
File Name InstallIMVU_538.0.exe

Popularity

Total Downloads 375,259
Downloads Last Week 65

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License Model Free
Limitations Not available
Price Free
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