IM+ is an all-in-one app for messaging and social networking.
Chat on Telegram, Google Talk and Messenger while checking your Facebook and Twitter feeds and swiping on Tinder. IM+ supports multiple accounts per service and saves you a lot of time and space on your iPhone.

IM+ Pro 10 now enables custom services and ad blocking.

List of supported services:
Twitter, Google Talk, Telegram, Facebook, Messenger, Instagram, Skype, Tinder, Jabber, LinkedIn, Gmail, Reddit, Pinterest, eBay, ChatWork, ICQ, VKontakte, Mail.Ru Agent, Odnoklassniki, Gadu-Gadu, SINA Weibo, Renren
- Multiple accounts per service
- Push notifications in Google Talk, Gmail, Twitter DMs, and Jabber
- Slack chat through Jabber
- Create personal and geo statuses
- P2P encrypted messaging
- No disturbing push in web services. Check your updates when you want them.
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What's New

Version 10.0.1

Bug fixes and performance improvements

Ratings and Reviews

fuuser ,

Push notification informs about message, but after opening an app, you don’t see any messages.

Push notification informs about message, but after opening an app, you don’t see any messages.
This problem appears regularly, sometimes support team fixes this problem for some time...

pisatielnitsa ,

Good app, but a few bugs to work out.

On the whole I like the app, it runs multiple chat networks, even multiple accounts on the same network (two on GTalk, anyway). Being able to group contacts by network or by organized buddy groups is handy. Being able to combine contacts into meta-contacts (one person's AIM, Skype, and GTalk all grouped together) is even handier, and this is the first iPad app I’ve seen that does that consistently.

That said, the meta-contacts have a bug where only the status of the first account in the group is shown, so I have people who are showing up as offline but their second or third meta-contact account is available. There’s no chat tabs when you have multiple conversations going at once, you swipe sideways to get from one to the next. This works until you have more than three conversations going, at which point it becomes tedious and hard to find the right conversation. There’s also no way to reorganize buddies or add groups. If someone in my Skype “Ungrouped Contacts” is supposed to be in another group, this app won’t let me fix that. When I realized today that I really needed two groups instead of one, I wasn’t able to add a group and move the buddies there. These certainly don’t make the app any less functional, they just get irritating after a bit.

pandapaulie ,

Nice, clean, missing groups and auto-away

Chats are nice, but almost too sparse. Chat bubbles would be a nice way of differentiating speakers, or even left/right separation to easily ascertain who is speaking. Unfortunately, the view is presented as a long, scrolling list of messages. Fine, but could be better.

Huge oversight in leaving out group chats. Not enough for a huge deduction, but the lack of an "auto-away" feature is a deal-breaker. That drops the rating down to 2/5 stars. Lacking auto-away makes it very difficult to prioritize where chats are going. I will miss large sections of a conversation because messages are going to my iPad, which has been in my bag and asleep for my commute. Why? Auto-away would make this far more seamless.


49.9 MB
Requires iOS 9.0 or later. Compatible with iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch.
English, Arabic, Czech, Dutch, French, German, Italian, Japanese, Korean, Polish, Portuguese, Russian, Simplified Chinese, Slovak, Spanish, Thai, Traditional Chinese, Turkish
Age Rating
Rated 12+ for the following:
Infrequent/Mild Sexual Content and Nudity
Infrequent/Mild Profanity or Crude Humor
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