Posted by Tre Lawrence
on April 10th, 2014
+ Universal App - Designed for iPhone and iPad
SHAPE has placed its messaging app IM+ Pro7 on sale for a limited time.
IM+ Pro7 is a cross-platform offering that gives users the ability to pull in chats from other messaging services (like Facebook, Twitter, ICQ, Skyme, AIM, etc) and serves as a universal base on mobile devices.
We reviewed IM+ Pro7 not too long ago; it is available on sale for $1.99 on the App Store.
via: Our Review
Everybody loves the opportunity to send messages from their phone for free and PingChat! has been providing that opportunity to iPhone users since October last year. As long as your recipient has PingChat! on their device, you can send instant messages that appear like regular SMS notifications on the iPhone homescreen. PingChat! developer Gary Fung has now joined Enflick Inc where development of the app has continued with a larger team that includes John Lerner and Derek Ting, known for TextNow and Mail Notifier. These extra resources and the backing of Enflick have lead to the imminent release of PingChat! 2.0 with an impressive feature set.
Expected in a matter of days, PingChat! 2.0 will add the following:
-Multi-platform communication (Adds Blackberry and Android)
-Media messaging (pictures and video)
-New User interface
-Location messaging (send locations via Google Maps)
-New servers and infrastructure to improve reliability
While we wait for this exciting update, here’s a video of the new app in action.
It’s a phrase you’ve only ever heard in the movies or on TV, but now “this message will self destruct in 30 seconds” has become a reality on the iPhone. MEDL Mobile, Inc has released a new app that allows iPhone users to send and receive messages with a preset destruction timer that keeps the contents of your message safe. A message can be set with timer of between five and sixty seconds before its contents are destroyed. Even more covert than simple self-destruction, you can also codename your contacts within the app so their true identity is never revealed when sending or receiving information. The app caters for images, audio and video and also provides a Push notification feature to inform you that a message has arrived.
We’re not exactly sure who needs this level of secrecy on their iPhone and find the passcoded homescreen lock provides adequate security for us. However, if you really want to keep your conversations under wraps and have $2.99 to spare, the app is available to download right now. But we didn’t tell you that, right?
iPhone App - Designed for the iPhone, compatible with the iPad
Released: 2010-04-27 :: Category: Social Networking