imo.im for Android is a VoIP and messaging app that allows users to streamline their social lives by linking up to nine instant messaging and chat accounts into one app. Founded by former Oracle engineer Ralph Harik and Georges Harik, one of Google’s first 10 engineers, the app also has its own messaging platform encompassed within that nine, which include Facebook Chat, ICQ, AIM, Google Talk/Hangouts, Yahoo! Messenger, Jabber and Steam as well.

The latest update for this app adds tagging abilities for users, and also includes some bug fixes and improvements to make the experience a little better.

Previously, imo.im added support for five new languages, which brought the overall total of supported languages for the app to a whopping 35 after expanding to 30 total languages in late September.

You can download the latest update right here for your Android smartphone or tablet. Let us know in the comments if you experience any troubles with the new version.

  • Edward Not From Twilight

    It seems like every time I see this app, another network has been taken off. Are these services just making their APIs harder to use??

  • http://ecelltech.blogspot.com/ e_cell

    I thought “imo” stands for “In my opinion.” In that case, imo, this is a great idea. ;) Thanks to Ralph Harik and George Harik (are they brothers), hopping from a messaging app to another is no longer a pain in the neck. But I do hope they’ll add more messaging apps in it like Viber. :)