Disa is undoubtedly one of the best messaging apps we’ve seen so far...
Unifying conversations isn't the only reason to give Disa a go.
I’m keeping my eyes peeled for big movement from Disa. Unencumbered by debt and supported by a healthy community of contributing developers, this app is in the best position to capture the needs of end users.
If you currently use multiple applications to talk to the same person, say for example you text, IM and Facebook chat your girlfriend, life is about to get so much easier for you.
Messaging's mission impossible: One inbox to rule them all.
There's no shortage of settings and options to keep your messages organized the way you want them.
The future is bright for Disa, and with almost 250,000 downloads in just a few months since launch, more people are turning on to the idea of keeping things organized.
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Unite Them All!
Disa Messaging, founded in 2013, is a unified messaging app that integrates multiple messaging services (facebook, sms, mms…etc.) into one hub.
The user can organize conversations, shared files, photo galleries, and group conversations in one place as well as personalize the display and appearance of their interface.
A unique feature of Disa is the ability to view conversations from different apps through individual streams or as one unified feed by contact, and reply to them.
Two pending patents, a creative team of developers and innovators and a growing community of over 125,000 beta testers distinguish this app as one that is not only stable, diversified and useful, but that has the framework to expand beyond message organization. Through its dynamic plugin system, the future of Disa’s framework will provide many other options such as banking transactions, purchase/delivery communications, and email services. The versatility, power management technology, and future abilities of Disa’s framework are truly ground breaking. In October of 2015 Disa was officially incorporated as Disa Technologies, Inc.
Our goal is to be the most all-inclusive app in the marketplace by providing one location where users can streamline and organize their life. We are thankful for, and value all of our users support. We invite you to join the Disa community and share feedback about this new, innovative app. In return, we plan to open source the plugin framework so the public can freely gear development for their needs. Disa is here to “Unite Them All”.
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Merged conversations allow you to easily switch between services if two or more services have been merged. Disa has designed service switching to be easily accessible near the input box. Simply press the service icon and watch the services change with ease.
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Create A Message
Create a message is dynamic with the ability to swipe between service tabs. You may create a message, mms, or group chat depending on what plugin services you have installed.
(2015 will include a schedule of periodic official plugin releases. The source code for plugins will be open sourced for the public to develop their own plugins as well.)
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A contact badge can be accessed by pressing on a contacts thumbnail in a conversation. The badge will reveal information from the service you the contact belongs too. Service tabs are available if the conversation is merged to swipe between service information for that contact.