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This article was published on June 17, 2014


    IM-style email app Hop now supports group chat and collaboration

    IM-style email app Hop now supports group chat and collaboration
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    Hop, the app that turns your inbox into a series of multimedia IM chats to make email seem less of a chore, has today gained group conversations that can include pictures, links, documents, drawings, video and audio.

    Hop Groups
         
    Hop Groups 2

    As with standard Hop conversations, you can add anyone – Hop user or not – and the conversation will stay in sync between them all. Hop users will get the richest experience, but everyone else will receive emails with attachments or links for any multimedia content. Hop is out now for iOS.

    Hop [App Store]

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