Engadget post time: April 19, 2013 at 06:23AM
Apple’s App Store certainly doesn’t suffer from any shortages in the social apps department, but that’s not stopping the newly launched Just.me from attempting to work itself into the daily lives of iOS users. After about two years of being in the development stage, Just.me has finally matured and is now readily available on Cupertino’s platform, giving the iDevice crowd a messaging service that’s reminiscent of Facebook’s own chatty offering.
What makes Just.me slightly different, however, are many of the other built-in tidbits, such as a cloud storage feature that lets folks save conversations they’d rather keep private, as well as the ability to message just about anyone in your contacts list from within the application — even if they aren’t account holders. So, if you think you have the time to keep track of one more thing, Just.me is just a free download away.
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Source: App Store
Reference source: Engadget