Today, Tizen smartphone users will rejoice as imo, one of the most requested instant messaging apps, that also has the ability for video & voice calls, has been released on the Tizen Store. We have already downloaded and installed it and the audio and video calls are of excellent quality, which is what our readers expect from this particular application.

 

This a native app which means that it launch and run quite fast and will offer our readers a good user experience. For anyone not familiar with imo, you can make and receive FREE voice calls, video calls, photo and text chat. The imo app can also provides Encrypted chats and calls over your 2G, 3G, 4G or Wi-Fi data connection.
 

 

The number of native apps in the ecosystem is increasing which only shows you that major development companies are backing Tizen on smartphones. So application developers what are you waiting for? come and bring your app to the newest app ecosystem. Recently, Hokyu Choi, Head of Tizen Business, Samsung, has gone on record stating the app developer growth is exploding on Tizen, offering popular apps that are tailored to users local areas. In particular the games category accounts for a huge 40% of the stores Top 100 apps. Currently the Tizen Mobile App Incentive program is underway and you could Win $10,000 for your mobile app.

Imo for Tizen is now version 1.0.0 and is only 5.18MB to download, even though it is incorrectly listed as 518MB in the Store 🙂 Compatible with Tizen 2.4+ OS devices, which includes the Samsung Z1, Z2, Z3 and Z4.

Have you downloaded and Installed it? Let us know your experience in the comments section below or for anything more in-depth use our contact us at [email protected]. Well spotted Joydeb!

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Technology enthusiast that has a career in networking and network infrastructure. Been involved with the Maemo OS since 2008, and then went on to work with MeeGo and now cover everything to do with the Tizen OS. In my spare time I do some photography and also been known to visit the gym :-)