Instant Messaging App imo.im Announces New Free VoIP Calling Feature for iPhone

August 14, 2012

The communications platform expands on its list of extensive features and enables iOS users to join the likes of Android users currently accessing the voice calling functionality.

Palo Alto, CA (PRWEB) August 13, 2012

imo.im, the instant messaging client that connects users to 11 of the top third-party messaging services, announced today the availability of free voice calling for iOS users. Currently available on Android devices, iOS device owners can now make voice calls to contacts using the app through Wi-Fi, 3G and 4G Internet connections. imo.im’s free voice calling eliminates the cost of mobile minutes without any loss in the quality of the connection and, when connected to Wi-Fi, requires no data usage.

iPhone users running iOS version 3.1 or higher can make voice calls in addition to connecting to top instant messaging services such as Facebook, Google Talk and Skype by downloading the update through the Apple App Store.

imo.im has emerged as a top instant messaging client, with more than 4 million mobile downloads and 700,000 daily users delivering an average of 50 million messages per day. imo.im supports private chat conversations and group chats and provides the ability to share multimedia files, send voice IMs and conduct quick chat history searches. imo.im provides a cross-platform service allowing you to easily switch between desktop and mobile devices without losing your conversation.

“At imo.im, our mission has always been to provide one place for family and friends to stay connected and maintain their close relationships no matter where they are located,” said Ralph Harik, CEO of imo.im. “The availability of free voice calling for iPhone users is a critical development for users looking to keep those valuable lines of communication open while saving on their mobile costs.”

For more information about imo.im and its iPhone, iPad, Android and BlackBerry apps, visit http://www.imo.im.

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