Windows 8.1, 10 App IM+ Instant Messenger Updated with Bug Fixes
IM+ Instant Messenger is probably the best all-in-one Windows 8.1 messenger app you can currently find in the Windows Store. Now, it has been updated with bug fixes and has also received a new feature.
At the end of October, we were telling you that IM+ Instant Messenger has been finally updated and optimized for Windows 8.1, finally being ready and compatible with Windows 8’s software sequel. Now, I’ve spotted a new update in the Windows Store that brings some bug fixes, increases the performance and adds a new feature.
IM+ features text messages and photo sending, supports group chats in Skype, AIM and ICQ, allows to add multiple accounts per service, lets you show your mood with personal status messages and customize application appearance, supports typing notifications and we’re not done yet, new IM+ features will keep coming!
The release notes say that the updated Windows 8.1 IM+ Instant Messenger version now includes various improvements and bug fixes. I’ve went through the Windows Store reviews and saw that a couple of folks were complaining about the app running slow or being unable to login with certain service, such as Skype, Yahoo or Odnoklassniki.
Besides the above mentioned updats, you can now copy personal status messages from contact info. The Windows 8.1 IM+ app supports all major IM services, like Windows Live Messenger, Facebook, Skype chat, Google Talk, AOL/AIM/iChat, Yahoo!, ICQ, Vkontakte, Mail.Ru Agent, Odnoklassniki, Yandex chat, Mamba.Ru, Mig33, SINA Weibo, Renren, Fetion, Gadu-Gadu, MeinVZ and Jabber.
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