This app is awesome. I can keep display pictures for each of my accounts (I have a lot) and it is able to keep the contacts from each account organised under their respective accounts, where most apps mix all the contacts together. It's very easy on the eyes and easy to deal with. The only downside is that it doesn't stay connected for long if it's minimised. Oh and also it has an issue when adding new contacts. If their username isn't short, I have to log onto aim on my computer to add it.
Purchased app is decent, support is absent I've been a longterm user of this app (even before the Android versions existed) and decided to go with the IM+ Pro version. With the exception of Yahoo, MigMe and Beep protocols it mostly works as advertised. However, over the past years (yes, years), _none_ of my tech support requests have _ever_ received anything other than an automatic reply stating my request was received. Fix protocols, address the support issues and I'll consider a proper review.
Lately it's been failing to connect to my AOL account. Yeah, I know no one really is AOL anymore, but I have a could project that insist on using it.
Lately I haven't been able to upload voice messages. keeps saying it has failed. Use this app for typing and voice so it is frustrating.
Outdated UI but still the best Update to material ui please. Great dependable jabber and aim client though. Far more dependable than the (much better ui) Conversations jabber app.
no facebook support there is no facebook support even though screenshots show it as supported. Had it for several years and nothing changed, most used protocols are not supported. No skype and no facebook support.
- Bug fixes