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All your messages in one place: No more opening up app after app to stay connected. Download from iTunes or Google Play.

How many apps do you have open on your phone now? Go ahead…go look. How many of those are social apps where you communicate with family and friends? Message Hub will help you get control of those communications.

Message Hub is an app available for iPhone and Android. After you install the app, you gather your contacts from your social networks, your phones, chat and email. You do not need to sign up for another chat service. You use the services you already have, but access them from Message Hub.

My Fave Features

Grouped Conversations: You can see threads of conversations from your friends. Create your own groups with several people or see conversations from one person, but from everywhere you communicate with them.

your inner circle on message hub

One Click Sharing: Share your messages in several social networks at the same time. No more copy/paste into several different apps.

One Conversation in One App

That’s all you ask for, right? You may talk to someone on Facebook and then move to email and then back to Facebook, but you want to see it all in one place. See those conversations in Message Hub.

All your messages in one place: No more opening up app after app to stay connected. Download from iTunes or Google Play.

A Better Way to Communicate

As this infographic from Message Hub shows, we all want a better way to communicate. We want to easily wade through all the message to find the important ones. We want to keep in touch with our inner circle without trouble.

People want a better way to communicate #infographic #messagehub

So, what do you think about one place for all your messages? Let me know in the comments below.

Save time and get closer to the people who matter with MessageHub from MyLife. A revolutionary new app that will change the way you message! Visit the app store to download it today. Available on iOS and Android.

This is a sponsored conversation written by me on behalf of MessageHub. The opinions and text are all mine.

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