IM+ for Android update improves battery usage
The Android version of the popular multi-platform messenger IM+ has been updated, and it isn't your usual bug-squasher we are talking about. Version 6.3 of IM+ comes with "significantly improved battery usage" and adds support for four new messaging platforms. You can also queue messages when offline, which will be sent to their recipients as soon as you are connected to the internet again.
For those of you not familiar, IM+ is an app that allows you to sign in to multiple messaging platforms without the need to run separate clients for each one of them. Think using Skype, MSN Messenger, Yahoo! Messenger, Facebook Chat, and Google Talk from within the same application. Over 15 messaging platforms are supported in the current version, which is available for free, or in a premium flavor for $4.99.
Interested? Then check out IM+ on the Google Play store by following the source link below.