After quite a rough go of trying to make its way into BlackBerry App World, IM+ for BlackBerry PlayBook is fired up and ready to roll. As one of the best-selling IM apps for phones, IM+ looks to be a big hit on the PlayBook as well. With this multi-IM client, you can access AIM, MSN Messenger, Yahoo!, ICQ, Jabber, Google Talk and MySpace IM all in one place. This makes IM+ a definite go to IM app for BlackBerry PlayBook users. It does carry a steep price tag at $9.99, but for those that need access to their IM clients on the go you really can't go wrong. We'll be along with a full review shortly, but for now check out more at the link below.
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