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Instant Messager


Instant Messager

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UpdatedJanuary 1, 1970
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Instant Messager
Fed up with opening your unread messages one by one when an coming text message arrives at you? Or tired of editing and sending a good news to all of your friends one by one? With Instant Messager, this is not a problem anymore, because this software enables you to chat with all your friends in a form of dialog box.

Are you a member of thumb society? Want to chat with your friends at your phone easily and visually? Today, this new app will meet you for free. With Instant Messager, it’s easy to stay in touch with friends. SMS is a form of text messaging communication on phones and mobile phones.

1. You can add your receiver by touching ADD icon. When you finished your selecting members, you should click the small TICK and then you success in adding your receiver. Whether one receiver or some receivers are available for your selecting.
2. It’s your time to edit your text.
3. After inputting content, you can SEND your messages at once.


Today, text messaging has already quickly gained influence in the world. The advent of text messaging made possible new forms of interaction that were not possible before. A person can now carry out a conversation with another user without the constraint of being expected to reply within a short amount of time and without needing to set time aside to engage in conversation. Mobile phone users could maintain communication during situations in which a voice call is impractical, impossible, or unacceptable. Texting has also provided a venue for participatory culture, allowing viewers to vote in online and TV polls, as well as receive information on the move. Texting may also bring people together and create a sense of community through “Smart Mobs” or “Net War”, which create “people power”.

Texting while driving leads to increased distraction behind the wheel. In 2006, Liberty Mutual Insurance Group has conducted a survey with more than 900 teens from over 26 high schools nationwide. The results has showed that 87% of students found texting to be “very” or “extremely” distracting. Then later on, a study by AAA discovered that 46% of teens admitted to being distracted behind the wheel due to texting. One example of distraction behind the wheel is that the 2008 Chatsworth train collision, which killed 25 passengers. Upon closer investigation, it has became known that the engineer of that train had sent 45 text messages while operating.

A 2009 experiment with Car and Driver editor Eddie Alterman that has already took place at a deserted air strip showed that texting while driving had a bigger negative impact on driver safety than being drunk. While being legally drunk added four feet to Alterman’s stopping distance while going 70 mph, reading an e-mail added 36 feet, and sending a text added 70 feet.

In 2009, the Virginia Tech Transportation Institute released the results of an 18-month study that involved placing cameras inside the cabs of more than 100 long-haul trucks, which recorded the drivers over a combined driving distance of three million miles. The study has concluded that when the drivers were texting, their risk of crashing was 23 times greater than when not texting.

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