Imo to discontinue support for third-party messaging services on March 3 to focus on own platform

Imo messenger has announced plans to drop support for third-party services, such as Facebook and Google Hangouts, on March 3 as it redirects resources to its own platform.

Users will have until March 7 to export their chat history from third-party networks.

While Imo’s original mission was to offer an in-browser service that connected to all major IM services, the company has decided that building its own communication service will “make the biggest impact.”

Imo recently ramped up its video chat capabilities by adding WebRTC support to its service. The integration allows Web-based users to make cross-platform video calls without having to download a plugin.

Discontinuing support for all third-party messaging networks []

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