Verbs IM now available on the iPad

Verbs, the popular iPhone IM client is now available on the iPad! The interface is simple, strait-forward, and intuitive. Verbs supports GTalk, Facebook, AIM and MobileMe.

Verbs is a simple instant messaging client with a gorgeous interface. It's slick, fast and it just works!

  • Supports GTalk, Facebook, AIM and MobileMe.
  • Get Local Notifications for messages for 10 minutes when running in the background.
  • Use CloudApp and Droplr to send Photos.
  • View downloaded Office and iWork documents right within the app.
  • Mark links in received messages to read later via Instapaper.
  • Send beautifully crafted chat logs via email.
  • Supports landscape orientation.
  • Displays your AIM and Gtalk buddies linked in AddressBook.
  • Stunning Retina Display graphics.

Pro features:

  • Receive Push Notifications for received messages.
  • Keep your accounts logged in for up to 7 days!
  • Saves battery by routing all accounts through a single network connection.
  • Secure and encrypted.

Verbs IM is available on sale for the iPhone and iPad for $0.99.

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Verbs IM now available on the iPad


Cheaper, maybe, but its features are hidden behind IAP, making it less appealing for watching price drops and such.
Also, IM+ Pro and BeeJive have a solid and long term rep for their status on the iPad.
I'd be much happier if they had a lite version to try out.
And don't say "It's only 99 cents". 99 cents can add up really quickly.

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He was saying it ironically. As in "Who runs this company??"
Strait forward is, and I love Leanna, grammatically incorrect.
Straightforward was the correct choice.

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