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Free cross platform messaging app

A new cross-platform app that allows friends and family to send unlimited messages to each other in real-time, no matter what device they use, has just been launched.
PingMe Messenger, developed by ad network RadiumOne, also has an opt-in geo-location function that lets users find each other based on their location.
Users can connect with their friends through their phone’s address book, Facebook, or the PingMe network. The user ID is the same as the phone number, without the need for a password or new PIN. It is now available in the iPhone App Store, the Android Marketplace, or Blackberry App World, with more platforms to come.
“Consumers no longer need to incur expensive text messaging charges,” explains Rupert Staines, managing director of RadiumOne UK. “Free messaging services, like PingMe, let you stay connected, socialise, and share messages and pictures with your circle of friends when you’re on-the-go.”

Fall off in SMS
In the first three months of 2011, the US saw the number of text messages per wireless subscriber fall sequentially for the first time. Experts in the UK also predict the amount of texts sent will drop by 20 per cent in the next two years.

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