Is there a product that can connect to all messaging apps?

Some of my friends are using Telegram, others WhatsApp, others iMessage, others Facebook Messenger and it is not a problem. Problem is that I do not want to have so many applications on iPhone to communicate with them. Is there an application that aggregates all popular applications?
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    Franz 2.0

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

    KhodlBots + Dev + Travel + No Bullshit · Written
    Simple and efficient: one tab for each channel, add as many channels as you want.
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    David BaruchelFounder, CaptainParrot & Start The F* Up · Written
    I started using it to have a desktop client for whatsapp, but turns out it's a great way to centralize everything !
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    about bobschTechnician @ TU Wien · Written
    Franz is great. My only gripe: it's resource hungry. So if you're on an old machine (i.e. an iMac 2009 with 8 GB RAM), it can be a little too much if you've got many tabs open. But apart from that I absolutely love it. :)
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    • Bridges to ItalyPrez, Bridges to Italy

      I like the idea of having one desktop app for all my messaging needs. This one is pretty good because it includes two big ones for me: FB Messanger and Whatsapp. It'd be perfect if it had IMessage too.

    • This coupled with proper videochats from appear.in, Skype and a few others would make this not just a killer app, but a terminator app.

  2. Enterprising Josh made this product
    Bitrix24 has that and it's called Open Channels - https://www.bitrix24.com/feature...
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    IM+ for Mac

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    Evgeny KruglovCo-founder in AppFollow · Written
    As Franz app was ditched by developers, I switched to IM+. It has less options but still works fine for me.
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    • Alexandru NastaseMultidisciplinary Senior Designer

      1. Consumes so much RAM than Franz does.

      2. Missing ability to turn off services that you're not using after working hour (slack) - Franz has it

      3. Missing navigating through tabs with CTRL+TAB - Franz has it

      4. On Slack, I have like 6-7 teams added ... all have the same Slack Icon - why aren't you pulling the teams logo and replacing that like Franz does?

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    Luca Demian16 Year Old Founder @ collabster · Written
    Best one I've used.
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