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Telegram 4.7

Now with themes, multiple accounts and more 🎉

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With version 4.7 for iOS, you can change what your Telegram looks like in the new Appearance settings. Choose between four different themes, including a minimalistic one (“Day”) and two dark themes (“Night” and “Night Blue”). The “Day” theme also allows you to pick an accent color for the entire app, like pink or purple.

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Station unifies all your web apps in one neat & productive interface

🛠 A Smart Dock to organize your workflow

🔎 Unified Search to find anything quickly

🔔 Notification Center to stay in control

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🐞❓Questions, feature requests, bugs: Station community

Benjamin Powell- Founder Adsoup.com & Startup Infomaniac
I've just started using this and so far its been pretty great, won't allow me to add in custom URLs but overall a pretty good experience.
Sam Rye- Founder
Oh my, I recently discovered Station here on PH and have been super happy since! In case you don't already know it - Station acts as a desktop app, but runs all your web apps as tabs which you can switch quickly between. It massively reduces your reliance on your web browser for all the software you might use day to day - email, project management, calenda… See more
Thomas Groutars- Founder @ Caffee
I'm really surprised no one mentioned Station yet :)
Medium
We spend nearly ⅓ of our life online to get work done. Writing emails, editing spreadsheets, looking through analytics data, taking minutes - most of the work we achieve each and every day takes place in our trusty old Chrome, Firefox or Safari (and if you are a digital hipster, Internet Explorer).
Medium
Introducing Station's new Notification Center. Notifications came to life with an honorable aim in mind: telling users something new just happened. The sad truth is they have become hacks designed to steal our attention rather than meaningful insights into our work. We can receive up to one notification every 4 minutes.
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Facebook Messenger

Facebook's standalone Messenger for the web

Nick Abouzeid- Ship & Growth at Product Hunt ⛵
Easy to use, and the event feature works as an efficient way to remind people of when/where they should be at all times (if you go through the trouble of setting them up)!
Willie Morris- Formerly Amazon, Boeing, and Faithbox
I think Facebook messenger is a strong candidate - especially with it being given so much attention from Facebook. It should only get better.
Patrick Burtchaell- Designer
Support for canonical groups and best experience
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Mobilize 2.0

Everything you need to build & manage a thriving community

Mobilize 2.0 is an online home for your community.

Sam Rye- Founder
I didn't realise that I hadn't already added Mobilize, and they just released their 2.0 I like their ability to include people in discussions without requiring them to sign up for an account.
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Wire

Great conversations. Built for mobile, tablets, & desktop.

Chevy- Audiovisual and Multimedia Communicator
Great design, cross-platform, secure AND you don't have to share your phone number.
Doney den Ouden- Product Designer
Wire is open source and at least as secure as Signal, but actually usable thanks to its beautiful design and great features. You can send all kinds of file formats, temporary messages, GIFs, pings (think Buzzers from the MSN days), sketches, and audio messages with voice filters. It even had encrypted video calls before Signal. The app is available for all m… See more
FlyingSpaghetti
Advantages of wire over signal, you ask? - sending pics and videos in a group chat doesn't take forever - group chats​ actually work without having to deal with "bad encrypted messages" and weird errors that make my relatives and friends think I'm a tinfoil hat weirdo - development cycle is fast, thanks to a larger number of developers - group calls - the FB… See more
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Messenger Lite is a slimmed down version of Messenger that offers the core features of Messenger for markets with slower than average internet speeds and a prevalence of basic Android smartphones.

The Verge
Earlier today I published an article about Facebook Messenger's new, somewhat improved home screen. But despite the company's attempt at some cleanup, I came away with the same feeling I've had for months: Messenger has transformed into a bloated mess. Commenters on that story agree, and so does pretty much everyone I've asked here at Vox Media's New York of… See more
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