SHAPE Services Announces Free IM+ on BlackBerry

March 1, 2010

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SHAPE Services Announces Free IM+ on BlackBerry

STUTTGART, Germany and BOSTON, March 1 -- SHAPE Services, once again in 2010 surprises BlackBerry users with good news, this time with the release of free ad-based version of its best selling IM+ Instant Messenger on BlackBerry. IM+ Lite is the only IM app for BlackBerry bringing so many features at no cost to the user.

IM+ Lite gives access to MSN®, Yahoo!®, Google Talk(TM), AIM®, Jabber®, ICQ®, Facebook®, MySpace, Skype(TM) and Twitter, thus allowing BlackBerry users effectively communicate on-the-go and experience a multitude of other great features, like file transfer, online translator and group chats.

SHAPE Services will continue selling its paid version of IM+ through various eshops and its website. In addition to all features of IM+ Lite, paid IM+ supports speech recognition and IM+ push notifications.

"Release of IM+ Lite follows other important releases announced only a few weeks ago, IM+ for Skype with free VoIP calling in WiFi zones and Business Card Reader. People love free apps and we aim to deliver exactly what the user needs," said Igor Berezovsky, SHAPE Services' CEO.

About SHAPE Services:

SHAPE Services is probably the world's most successful mobile app development company, vendor of IM+, IM+ for Skype, Business Card Reader, RDM+, Mobiscope, xPlayer and Mobiola. Millions of customers worldwide use innovative apps created by SHAPE for iPhone, BlackBerry, Android, Windows Mobile, WebOS, Java phones and web browsers.

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Source: SHAPE Services

CONTACT:  Elena Dyatlova, +380 50 94 83 157,

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