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IGdm
Instagram direct messaging on your laptop

IGdm is Desktop messaging app for Instagram. You can simply continue your chats from your phones to your computers.

9 Alternatives to IGdm

Franz 2.0 is a desktop app that puts messaging services altogether in one place. It can combine apps like WhatsApp, Slack, Facebook Messenger, WeChat, HipChat, Skype and a lot more. You can even use multiple accounts for the Facebook Messenger - mix your business profiles and your private ones if you need to.

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Ruurd Pels
Oh boy yes the great message unificator! Love it.
Farbod Saraf
All the messaging apps under a single umbrella. Keep your dock clean by having them all in a single interface rather than installing each messaging apps separately.
Harold Cummington
It's 2x better than Franz.
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Meet Franz
You may have heard of Franz, the free messaging app that combines chat & messaging services into one application. WhatsApp, Slack, HipChat, Facebook Messenger, WeChat, Telegram, Google Hangouts, Skype, GroupMe and Grape are currently supported with more to follow soon.
Lifehacker
Windows/Mac/Linux: If you use a lot of different messenger apps to keep in contact with people, say, Slack for work, Facebook Messenger for friends, WhatsApp for people overseas, and Steam for your gaming buddies, you know how hard it is to keep track of all those. Franz stuffs them all into one app.
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More than 1 billion people in over 180 countries use WhatsApp1 to stay in touch with friends and family, anytime and anywhere. WhatsApp is free2 and offers simple, secure, reliable messaging and calling, available on phones all over the world

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Nishita Gupta
its easy to read and send msgs while working on pc
Anshuman Chadda
I store everything (notes, attachments, voice memos, photos, videos) on Whatsapp... Obviously, I also use Evernote, but I find it an extremely bulky app and definitely a memory hog. In WhatsApp- I use a private group that is only viewable by me. Everything is searchable within this group, and everything is automatically backed up on iCloud. (https://www.l… See more
Elena Avramenko
It is easy to type instead of mobile
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TechCrunch
WhatsApp today announced another protection for users in an effort to clamp down on the spread of fake news and misinformation. Through a new feature, users can control who has permission to add them to groups. The company says this will "help to limit abuse" and keep people's pho...
The Verge
WhatsApp is developing a new feature that would allow you to set your messages to self-destruct after a set period of time. The new "disappearing messages" feature first appeared in version 2.19.275 of the Android app, but WABetaInfo , who first discovered the feature, notes that it might not be available to everyone on the beta just yet.
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niroshan
For Mac, I love the Flume app. Light weight desktop client. Pretty much all the features from the native app.
Daniel Marcinkowski
Flume is amazing. The app is updated very often. Also, you can use the license up to 5 devices.
Jason Y. Naparstek
Haven't personally used this in a while, but still hearing great things. Looks like they are set to release 2.8 any day now....
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Redmond Pie
Flume for Mac is an Instagram app that lets you access the popular photo sharing service natively on your computer without the need of a web browser. Almost 10 months into its release, the developer has now updated the app, releasing Flume version 2.0 with some significant new features and improvements, including support for uploading photos and videos.
Idownloadblog
Most people view their Instagram account via the official mobile app. However, you can check out your feed right from the Internet in most web browsers, and it looks pretty cool because the pictures are much bigger. Flume is a dedicated Instragam viewer for Mac that creates a lovely experience different from what you see on the official website.
Lifehacker
OS X: Browsing Instagram on the web works well enough, but it's a fairly minimal experience and you can't post photos through your browser. Now with the newly updated desktop Instagram client Flume 2.0, you can.
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