1. fiona1105's Avatar
    We are producing a new Instant Messenger called Qute, which is totally free. I really want to hear your opinions about Instant messenger. What is the most attracting funtion for you? What is the most serious problem that you cann't tolerate? We will considerate your suggestions carefully and strive to create an IM software that satisfy most of you. Once your opinion is adopted, you will feel like that you are the inventer of the software!! How proud and amazing it will be! Wait for your voices~
    chris mart likes this.
    12-26-2011 01:44 AM
  2. Xopher's Avatar
    - Cross platform. It has to be available for communication no matter what device is being used: Android, BlackBerry, iOS, W7 Phone, Mac, Windows...

    - Battery life. Most of the messengers that last use Push technology. If your app requires constant connection, the battery will drain quickly and nobody will use the app. It will be uninstalled faster than anything.

    - Message confirmations. If all it does is send messages out into the vastness without any knowledge that the destination has been reached, there is no reason to use it instead of Google Talk or other IM apps.

    - Group chat. There are plenty of other chat apps out there. Most don't have simple group chat capabilities. I miss the simplicity of BBM Group chat. I could join a group based on a theme and chat with others who weren't in my contact list, then add people to my list after I got to know them.

    - File sharing. Got to be able to share images, links, and other things.

    - Multiple connections. I have an Android phone and a tablet. The nice thing about GT is that incoming messages go to both devices. I can then pick up whichever one I want and start chatting. I can even go to my PC and chat from there, all without having to log out from the other devices. I also use Kik, but I can only use it on my phone. If I'm on my tablet, I have to stop what I'm doing, grab my phone and chat. I'd much rather prefer to keep on using whatever device I happen to be on at the time.

    - NOT phone number based. I chat with a lot of people. Friends, family, acquaintances. Not everyone has my cell phone number, and I don't want to give it out to everyone. There are other chat apps based on phone number (to mimic SMS) and I refuse to use them. I prefer giving out a username.

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    12-27-2011 08:16 AM
  3. miqnobo's Avatar
    One thing every IM app is missing, is sharing normal files.. like .zip .rar etc. Would be a security risk and stuff but i'd like such feature in an im app.
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    12-27-2011 12:56 PM
  4. fiona1105's Avatar
    - Cross platform. It has to be available for communication no matter what device is being used: Android, BlackBerry, iOS, W7 Phone, Mac, Windows...

    - Battery life. Most of the messengers that last use Push technology. If your app requires constant connection, the battery will drain quickly and nobody will use the app. It will be uninstalled faster than anything.

    - Message confirmations. If all it does is send messages out into the vastness without any knowledge that the destination has been reached, there is no reason to use it instead of Google Talk or other IM apps.

    - Group chat. There are plenty of other chat apps out there. Most don't have simple group chat capabilities. I miss the simplicity of BBM Group chat. I could join a group based on a theme and chat with others who weren't in my contact list, then add people to my list after I got to know them.

    - File sharing. Got to be able to share images, links, and other things.

    - Multiple connections. I have an Android phone and a tablet. The nice thing about GT is that incoming messages go to both devices. I can then pick up whichever one I want and start chatting. I can even go to my PC and chat from there, all without having to log out from the other devices. I also use Kik, but I can only use it on my phone. If I'm on my tablet, I have to stop what I'm doing, grab my phone and chat. I'd much rather prefer to keep on using whatever device I happen to be on at the time.

    - NOT phone number based. I chat with a lot of people. Friends, family, acquaintances. Not everyone has my cell phone number, and I don't want to give it out to everyone. There are other chat apps based on phone number (to mimic SMS) and I refuse to use them. I prefer giving out a username.

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    I am greatly appreciated for your suggestion! Your opinion is very important for us! We will strive to creat your satisfied app! Thanks again~
    12-29-2011 12:02 AM
  5. fiona1105's Avatar
    One thing every IM app is missing, is sharing normal files.. like .zip .rar etc. Would be a security risk and stuff but i'd like such feature in an im app.
    I learn that now and we will add this new function in our next version. Thanks a lot!
    12-29-2011 12:04 AM
  6. fiona1105's Avatar
    Do you love group chat? graffiti? voice notes? Which is the most important one for an Instant Messenge software?
    12-30-2011 02:30 AM
  7. dude9000's Avatar
    - Cross platform. It has to be available for communication no matter what device is being used: Android, BlackBerry, iOS, W7 Phone, Mac, Windows...

    - Battery life. Most of the messengers that last use Push technology. If your app requires constant connection, the battery will drain quickly and nobody will use the app. It will be uninstalled faster than anything.

    - Message confirmations. If all it does is send messages out into the vastness without any knowledge that the destination has been reached, there is no reason to use it instead of Google Talk or other IM apps.

    - Group chat. There are plenty of other chat apps out there. Most don't have simple group chat capabilities. I miss the simplicity of BBM Group chat. I could join a group based on a theme and chat with others who weren't in my contact list, then add people to my list after I got to know them.

    - File sharing. Got to be able to share images, links, and other things.

    - Multiple connections. I have an Android phone and a tablet. The nice thing about GT is that incoming messages go to both devices. I can then pick up whichever one I want and start chatting. I can even go to my PC and chat from there, all without having to log out from the other devices. I also use Kik, but I can only use it on my phone. If I'm on my tablet, I have to stop what I'm doing, grab my phone and chat. I'd much rather prefer to keep on using whatever device I happen to be on at the time.

    - NOT phone number based. I chat with a lot of people. Friends, family, acquaintances. Not everyone has my cell phone number, and I don't want to give it out to everyone. There are other chat apps based on phone number (to mimic SMS) and I refuse to use them. I prefer giving out a username.

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    Totally agree

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    12-30-2011 02:51 AM
  8. sropedia's Avatar
    The two most important things for me in a messaging app are speed and a popup function
    01-01-2012 01:05 AM
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