[Note: this is a letter that been sent to us by using MessengeRoo Contact us from Marissa M. Huang, Just wanna share with you]
We’ve been working hard to add new features to imo.im! In addition to our instant messaging product, we have several other applications rolling out in the next few months. We are very excited to release imo photos, a photo sharing system that is embedded into imo’s instant messenger. This free web-based photo sharing application is designed to make sharing photos with your buddies as simple as possible.
By allowing users to integrate their online photos with their instant messaging networks, imo photos makes it easy for users to get their photos to the right people and keep track of their buddies’ photos. Personal links to automatically updated photostreams makes sharing with a wider community easy as well.
The service features 1GB of free storage, with no required registration or download. In addition, we allow you to share full size photos with friends and family. Users can immediately log in and use imo photos with any instant messaging account they currently have, as long as the protocol is supported by imo.im. This includes all AIM, MSN, Google Talk, Jabber, Yahoo Messenger, MySpace, and Skype accounts.
One of our interns, Erdal, recently launched cliq, our group sms feature, to our U.S. users. It’s easy to use and very useful—especially for organizing events and keeping in touch with your close group of friends. You
can read more about cliq here. We hope to release cliq to more countries soon.
Additionally, we now support file transfer though imo thanks to another intern, Eric. Users can send files as large as 50 MB, which are available to download immediately or up to 24 hours later. You can send files to anyone, even people not using imo.
Thanks for taking the time to read this, and please let me know if you have any feature suggestions for us!
Marissa M. Huang
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