IM-History Pioneers Free Access for All Instant Messengers Contacts and Histories

December 19, 2007 (PRLEAP.COM) Technology News
IM-History first announced the availability of its beta version this spring. The service immediately became a ‘hit’ and attracted 30,000+ users. Today, after its successful evaluation by the IM-user community, the new enhanced version of the IM-History service is being shipped to the market to bring web-based information storage to a new level.

IM-History is designed for people, who use various IMs, at times, even simultaneously, and exchange valuable information for both business and private purposes – be it business conversations with colleagues, partners and customers or personal chats with friends. Most active IM users communicate via multiple IMs, even with the same contact, from more than one location and sometimes find it challenging to retrieve a desired piece of information. With the release of this IM-History service, this problem has now been solved, as it enables users to consolidate their contacts’ information and chats from multiple IMs in one place and keep the log history consistent.
Supporting all popular IMs, such as Skype, Yahoo! Messenger, ICQ, MSN, Miranda IM, QIP, Trillian and Pidgin, IM-History gets the contact details and history logs of all user accounts together, integrates, indexes and stores them all in a user’s private web account. An inbuilt integrated search engine enables users to find and access any chat history easily and navigate conveniently 24/7 from anywhere.
“The idea of creating an IM-History service was born at the beginning of this year, when I was trying to restore a customer communication history log from different devices via different messengers and found it difficult and time consuming,” says Andrew Pavliv, the founder and CEO of IM-History. “Given the fact, that about 500 million people all over the world ‘message’ one another regularly, it struck me then that this kind of service has a great market potential. Now, I am extremely pleased to release this free service for all IM users.”