Saturday, April 21, 2007

SHAPE Services IMPlus v5.64.S60v2.SymbianOS

IM+ users can use the same accounts on mobile devices and PC regardless of changing mobile operator - it's very convenient for using in business trips.

Benefits:
* ICQ, AOL, MSN, Yahoo!, Jabber and Google Talk in one application.
* Simultaneous work with all IM systems.
* Unlimited IM, no cost per message, only standard payment for wireless data transfer.
Main features:* Send SMS via Yahoo! to the following US carrieis: Cingular Media Net, Cingular MMode, Nextel, Sprint, Tmobile, Verizon.
* Message history in the dialog window.
* Upload Files via HTTP in all IM services.
* Sending Photos.
* Configurable Auto Away.
* Simultaneous connection to all selected systems.
* IM+ makes direct connection to the supported services, without any "gate" in the middle. It's very important; because it means that you connected to your favourite services as a full rights user and get all the messages and events immediately just as if you were connected with the standard client.
* IM+ keeps the contact list information on the respective servers. So, IM+ and your convenient desktop client always use just the same contact list. E.g if you add new buddy to your contact list with IM+, you will see this user in your contact list when you connect with your desktop client next time.
* Exchange Instant MMS with IM+ for Windows or other IM+ for Series 60 users. You can save money in comparison to normal MMS, since you pay only the less expensive internet traffic.
* Full presence status support.
* Multiple dialog windows.
* Emoticons (Smileys).
* Multiple Code Pages support: You can exchange messages in any European language.
* Authorization for presence status subscription.
* Sound alerts for incoming messages and contacts coming online.
Compatible Devices:Nokia 3230
Nokia 3600
Nokia 3620
Nokia 3650
Nokia 3660
Nokia 6260
Nokia 6600
Nokia 6620
Nokia 6630
Nokia 6670
Nokia 6680
Nokia 6681
Nokia 6682
Nokia 7610
Nokia 7650
Nokia N-Gage
Nokia N-Gage QD
Nokia N70
Nokia N72
Nokia N90
Nokia Series 60
Panasonic X700
Panasonic X800
Samsung SGH-D720
Samsung SGH-D730
SendoX
Siemens SX1


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