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Finally, long awaited all-in-one multi chat messenger IM+ has arrived in Windows 8 landscape. It is quite inconvenient to log into various chat services, as you need to use multiple desktop chat clients, or disjointedly access each online chat service through the browser to keep a tab on all IM accounts. Moreover this process is quite complex and long-drawn-out. To deal subtly with all these complexities is easy with IM+. It allows you to sign in to various chat services and social media accounts at the same place. For all major platforms, including desktop (Windows, Mac, Linux), iOS, Android, Blackberry, Windows Phone.
IM+ facilitates you to view complete conversations from several accounts in a single window. Also all the contacts from the logged in accounts are synthesized by the app and are displayed in parted sections, this aids in conversation without having to manually locate a contact from within a certain chat service. IM+ is obtainable at Windows Store. To download this app, it is necessary to launch Windows Store from Start Screen, and then press Win + Q to bring up Search Charms. After typing and selecting IM+ from the main page, open its in-Store page. Now click Install to start the download procedure. With IM+ for Windows 8, you can easily connect to Facebook, Skype, Google Talk, AOL, Yahoo, ICQ, Vkontakte, Mail.Ru Agent, Odnoklassniki, Yandex Chat, Mamba, Ru, Mig33, SINA Weibo, Renren, Fetion, Gadu-Gadu, MeinVZ and Jabber.
The Modern UI interface of Windows 8 has electrified the interface of IM+. The live tile further enhances the cosmetics and functionality of the AIO chat client for Windows 8. The various services are shown as tiles on the main screen, which are further partitioned into two groups. The crowd-pleasing social networks are classified on the left sidebar whereas the remaining services can rack up from the right sidebar. You are required to choose your preferred social media service and mention username and password to log in to the service.
A few services e.g Facebook, require account permission while sign in process. All the permissions should be granted to allow IM+ to go and get your contact list. The providers productively linked to the IM+ app come into view under Accounts segment. Not only that, you may also Remove or provisionally Disable the accounts. You can view your Contacts, Favorites and Accounts from the main screen. Additionally you can also add any contact as your Favorites, regardless of the chat service it fits in to. However, contacts can be easily known, as the logo of the service is shown next to your profile picture.
There are navigation controls provided for the Contacts, Chats and Favorites at the bottom, by the instant messaging section of the application. The interface has a polished appearance and the messages are transported right away. Nevertheless you need to click or tap the Send button to distribute the message, and pressing Enter breaks the line. By clicking the Contacts on the main screen, you can view the total, over and above online contacts of all the connected accounts. The online contacts in Contacts section can be viewed with Settings menu that can be accessed by pressing Win+I hotkey.
IM+ administers manifold social accounts without delay and is an incredible chat client that provides on the spot connectivity to a variety of chat services.