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Pure Messenger Review
by on March 13, 2010
Unlike your family, some things are better when they are all in one place. For those who have a busy and popular life and umpteen email services and social-networking sites to check, Pure Messenger could well be your saviour.
The app brings all your messages and feeds into one simple to use widget. It worked brilliantly for us. We let the app take content from our Twitter, Facebook and Gmail accounts and everything was easy to read and accessible, although if we’re being picky, the text was a touch too small.
It is a bit strange having your online social life bump uglies with work-related mail, but Pure Messenger is ideal for the Android phone that’s afraid of multi-tasking.
The main bugbear we had with the app was refresh times. It seemed to refresh every 15 minutes or so – we would have loved it if there was an automatic refresh button that you could use.
Another thing we would like to see would be the ability to add multiple Gmail accounts but, for a freebie, Pure Messenger does a decent job of stream-lining your text-based life.
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