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The messaging app for all your messaging

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Desktop app for Slack, WhatsApp, Skype, Telegram, Messenger

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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Harold Cummington
Harold Cummington- Product Manager at Slark
It's 2x better than Franz.
Allyson
Allyson
Love being able to organize all my messenger apps together--and Franz handles this very well. I'm able to switch between checking WhatsApp, Telegram, WeChat, and (FB) Messenger all looking at multiple Slack accounts.
Joerg Fehlinger
Joerg Fehlinger- Co-Founder at FITROCKR.com
All messengers in one app - keeps my dock clean.
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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.
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.
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Desktop messaging for over 48 email & messaging apps

With Rambox you will need to worry about messaging and privacy no more! It is a platform that will let you combine your emailing and messaging applications into one. Every session you log in expires at the moment you log out, so you don't worry about your privacy and meanwhile, you can lock it if you want to spend some time away from your computer.

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Lyondhur
Lyondhur- T&R Project Manager at Weta Digital
Better than Franz and other similar apps, simpler and and with way more service integrations. Plus, I feel it is a more cared for project, with good customer support and decent updates.
Ángel Blanco
Ángel Blanco- Lead Acquisition 👥∞
A Franz-like desktop app to have all your messaging apps into the same window. I'm not sure if you were asking exactly for that, but it's the first thing that came into my mind, hope it helps.
Paweł Derehajło
Paweł Derehajło- PHP Developer
I'm using this instead of Franz because if any of the apps breaks and it doesn't load in Franz you have to restart the whole app and in Rambox you can simply refresh single app tab.
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BetaNews
Rambox is a smart tool which enables accessing all your messaging and email services from a single cross-platform Electron-based app. We really do mean all. The program opens with icons for 90+ sup...
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Your messengers in one place. Easy and free Chrome app.

All-in-One Messenger helps you manage all of your message platforms in a single one. It is convenient if you are tired of switching between the apps. It gives you desktop notifications and your response is just one click away.

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Kim San Sy
Kim San Sy
at least you don't get to install anything to your system since it's a chrome app. :)
João Santos
João Santos- Growth Hacker @ Storyo
Easy to setup and load. You can use pretty much any chat app!
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MakeUseOf
Tired of hopping back and forth between Facebook Messenger, Skype, WhatsApp, Slack, Google Hangouts, etc? Use an all-in-one messenger app to control ALL of them at once.
CNET
Over the course of an hour or so, I'm likely to get dozens of notifications -- several messages from different Slack groups, a few Hangouts messages, maybe some messages or notifications on Facebook, Twitter mentions, an SMS or two and some emails.
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