4talk boasts usual features one would expect from a messaging app, i.e. unlimited one-to-one, group or conference chat, multimedia messaging or emoticons. What makes it a truly addictive messenger app is its approach to storing all conversation data in the cloud for an easy access from an unlimited number of handheld or desktop devices that run on all major operating systems.
According to recent study carried out by Bing users tend to shift between several devices during the day. They start with mobile or tablet in morning, switch to desktop during the day and back to mobile in the evening. 4talk recognized these shifting patterns as inherent to modern citizens and liberated them to use as many devices as they desire, so the conversations keep going.
Getting to a specific location in an unknown town or inviting a friend to a dinner party can all be done via 4talk. It’s location sharing is a much needed addition sought after by social addicts. Recently updated messenger app aims to tackle occasional message overflow with an optional mute unless my name is mentioned feature that corporate users might find extremely useful.
If previously data file recipient had to be online to receive it, now it is irrelevant. 4talk users can send documents and files even if their peers are offline, since all conversation history is stored in the cloud for an easy access later on, should a need occur. Moreover, each user gets free 15GB cloud storage as standard.
4talk will appeal to both occasional and heavy users of instant messaging apps. Each of them will find a number of distinctive features to fit modern user’s needs.
Free download of 4talk app for iOS: