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IM+ for Palm OSShape Services has released an update to their Palm OS multi-service instant messaging application. IM+ All-in-One Mobile Messenger combines six IM service providers in one application. It supports AOL IM, Yahoo, Google Talk, MSN Live/Messenger, ICQ, MySpace IM, and Jabber based systems. Key features include SSL support, full presence status support, groups, detailed contact info, configurable sound and vibration notifications and background operation for use while in other apps. This update incorporates some changes and fixes from user feedback and adds vibration support on the Centro.

IM+ All-in-One Mobile Messenger v3.21 comes with a fully functional seven day trial. It costs $29.95 USD if you decide to keep it. It is compatible with most devices running Palm OS 5 and above.

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Semi-related: SMS data rate 4X cost of data from Hubble

Poopie @ 5/16/2008 1:13:45 PM # Q
Can't wait until all smartphones have built-in multiprotocol IM clients.

Carriers are GOUGING customers on SMS messages. Everyone knows it. No single entity able to stop it... yet.

So, my recommendation to everyone here is to stop sending SMSes or MMSes - send IMs and email instead. When the SMS cash dries up, maybe the telcos will rethink their SMS pricing.

http://www.boingboing.net/2008/05/12/sms-data-rate-is-4x.html


RE: Semi-related: SMS data rate 4X cost of data from Hubble
Doo @ 5/16/2008 3:07:53 PM # Q
Wow, some one got a big sms bill. Simple data/sms plans are out there and cheap.

On another note, doesn't the AT&T Centro have a IM setup for AIM, MSN and Yahoo in it already?

RE: Semi-related: SMS data rate 4X cost of data from Hubble
bhartman34 @ 5/17/2008 10:33:52 AM # Q
On another note, doesn't the AT&T Centro have a IM setup for AIM, MSN and Yahoo in it already?

Indeed it does. It's missing ICQ and Google Talk clients.

RE: Semi-related: SMS data rate 4X cost of data from Hubble
twagner @ 5/18/2008 9:44:58 AM # Q
The old ICQ program for Palm still works... at least it does on my Lifedrive and Treo 680 anyways...

T-E, Zire72, T-5, Lifedrive, Treo 680
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