By Anton D. Nagy | June 20, 2011 2:49 AM
IM+ is a popular, multi-platform cross-platform instant messaging solution and we knew it was coming to Windows Phone 7 since April but recently met some difficulties on its way of getting approved and listed in the Marketplace.
Nevertheless, IM+ has been released to the Windows Phone Marketplace and is available to download given you’ll spend $9.99 (yes, ten bucks). For the price, you get an all-in-one instant messaging solution with support for Yahoo, Gtalk, AIM, MySpace, Jabber, ICQ, Facebook, and Skype — no Windows Live support. If you thing ten bucks is worth having a single app instead of several clients (often free), follow the source link and buy the application. Does any of you use more than three instant messaging clients at once?