One Chat -All in one Messenger for WhatsApp & more
Developer: AppYogi Software
Current Version: 3.8
Last Updated: 3 months ago
Download Size: 6.7 MB - Download
One App for all messaging services.
Use it for the following messenger and chat like a boss:-
WhatsApp, Facebook Messenger, Hangouts, Telegram, Skype, Slack, WeChat, Twitter, YahooChat, ICQ chat, HipChat,Discord, GroupMe, QQ, Facebook Page messenger VK, Fleep, RocketChat, MySMS, IRC Chat, TweetDeck Tinder.
Note: One Chat is a wrapper app, combining all the messaging services. Experience will be 100% similar to web extension of those services.
▸ Schedule message to send them at planned time.
▸ Send and receive Photos, Videos, doc, PDF..etc
▸ Use Multiple parallel accounts of any service.
▸ Touch Bar support in 10.12 to select messaging services.
▸ Remember passwords for easy login.
▸ Get respective Notifications alerts and reply from
▸ Auto Smart Gifs for messaging friends
▸ Mark all unread messages at read with just one Click.
▸ Privacy mode to protect your messaging data.
▸ Customize messaging service order in the side menu.
▸ FaceTime calling from WhatsApp & Telegram numbers.
▸ Customize notification as per your requirement.
▸ Shows notifications badges for individual services.
▸ Check if there are any unread messages, right in the menu bar.
▸ Go Full-screen! Chat with your friends, distraction free in the full-screen mode.
▸ Lightweight all, with minimum installation size.
▸ Retina Display enabled icons
▸ Easy to use user-interface(UI) and user-experience(UX)
- More chat services, suggestions most welcome.
- And much more.
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One Chat is a third party App. The developer of this software is not affiliated with WhatsApp Inc. Facebook Inc. Telegram Inc. Slack Inc. Skype Inc. Google Inc. Atlassian Inc. Tencent Inc. Twitter Inc. V Kontakte. Yahoo Inc. Sleep Inc. Fleep Inc, RocketChat Inc. , MySMS Inc, in any way.
▸ New messaging service integrated -> Tinder chat
▸ WhatsApp video recording handled.
▸ HipChat automatic opening of Members List after new message arrival issue rectified.
▸ Slack login using single sign-on (SSO) is handled.
▸ Spelling check for all messaging services is enabled.
▸ Fixed all the bugs reported on support tickets.
▸ Fixed Slack notification.
▸ Notifications optimised.
▸ Some issue with downloading the audio file. We are working hard to resolve this issue and release it in the next update very soon.
Improvements in Previous versions:
▸ Skype drag and drop image option fixed.
▸ Telegram image load issue with blue question mark handled
▸ Facebook two factor authentication login handled
▸ Enabled Zoom options
▸ Added option to Enable/Disable sound notification alerts (in preferences)
▸ No Internet connection' pop-up showing even for weak signals rectified.
▸ Option to remember the password.
▸ New services added are IRC chat, MySMS, Tweetdeck.
▸ Option to stop GIF prompt while typing the message.
▸ Option to mark all messages as reading.
▸ Now you can send GIF instead of just a text message.
▸ Schedule message to send them later.
▸ FaceTime calling from WhatsApp
▸ FaceTime calling from Telegram
▸ Added Touch bar support for New MacBook Pro(2016)
▸ Improvements in User Interface
▸ Improved user preferences for more customisations
▸ Fixed Skype calling plugin.
▸▸ Multiple (Unlimited) Accounts for all messaging services.(hope you love it)
▸ Individual Notifications for every accounts added
▸ Rearrange messaging services on the menu.
▸ Fixed shortcuts keys.
▸ Added indicator for file download.
▸ Fixed network connection status.
▸ Take video and selfie from WhatsApp.
▸ Notification Badges for individual chats services.
▸ Added Twitter service
▸ Loading issue resolved
▸ Fixed Hangouts and Skype calling.
▸ Fixed upload of media, docs and other files from the folder.
▸ Added more services, Google Hangouts, HipChat, WeChat
▸ Supports New MacOS Sierra Version: 10.12
▸ Password Protection for privacy
▸ Now use two different accounts of every service(messenger)
▸ Add/Remove services from the left menu, as per the requirement.
▸ Customise Notifications as per different accounts.
▸ Fixed Media(Picture, Video or music) upload and download issue.
▸ Fixed URL click issue in Facebook messenger.
▸ If you enjoy using "One Chat" App, Please review and rate. That keeps us motivated.
Note: Some new and existing features might not work in below MacOS Sierra.
But lower OS version users can use it with limited functionality.
Current messaging services 22 and more coming:
WhatsApp, FB Messenger, Hangouts, Telegram, Skype, Slack, WeChat, HipChat, Twitter, Yahoo Chat, ICQ, Discord, GroupMe, QQ, Messenger for Facebook Pages, Fleep, VK, RocketChat, Tinder.
Under the hood improvements:
▸ Avg. CPU reduced from 10% to 3%
▸ Avg. Energy consumption reduced from High to Zero
Features in next version:
▸ More messaging services. (Instagram, Line, Kik, Linkedin, wire, Tinder, Tumbler, XXMP, Steam, Grape)
▸ And many more surprises.
Special Thanks to our all existing user with following users who are helping us with suggestions and support.
We respect all the suggestions and requests from our users and implement, which we feel are most important and solves the real problems of all users.
Overall, using One Chat does provide a couple of advantages when it comes to security.
It does not store any messages or logins.
Most Helpful Reviews
OneChat is an essential tool for me - I’ve been using OneChat for quite a while now and I’ve been impressed with how each version has gotten better. This latest version addresses my only complaint - having to log back into Slack accounts after quitting OneChat.I have 8 different Slack channels that I have to monitor for client requests This is due to the rules Apple enforces on developers, so I haven’t blamed the AppYogi developers. But they’ve come up with an elegant way to allow me to sign back into the 8 different Slack channels very quickly and I really do appreciate their efforts here. Yes, it’s a workaround, but it’s an elegant workaround that makes my life easier. Along with Slack, I’m constantly getting personal messages through Messenger and WhatsApp, and the occasional Google HangOut. And then there is Twitter. OneChat supports services I don’t use, but if I have reason to use them, I’m really glad they are there. Having more than I need isn’t a problem, because If I don’t have an account set up, they don’t appear. But the biggest reason I give OneChat a 5 star rating is their customer support. Not only is OneChat very convenient, but when I made a feature request, they responded promptly and describe what they are working on for upcoming features. I had had a very pleasant exchange with Bharath, the support tech, and I am looking forward to many years of use with this app. I strongly recommend this app. It just gets substantially better with each release.
No - This is not a real native desktop client for these networks. It is basically a wrapper app over websites. Very bad.
More Reviews for Current Version
Lulu - For the most part…the program is good and holds GREAT promise! I will say however, I have on several occasions lost messages of great importance! They just vanished! PLEASE fix this!
Great app but the support just is not there. - So to be honest, I love this app! it makes keeping on top of all the messaging super easy! The problem I have is that everytime I try to log into Discord, I get an error “Well, this is embarrasing… having trouble logging in” or something like that. I reached out to the developers about a month ago and still no response!! Thats just unacceptable for a paid app nowadays and that’s why you get 2 stars! At least tell me that you are working on it. Especially when I mention that this is the main app I needed here besides Telegram. Please fix this issue and i will gladly change my review to 5 stars. Thanks!
Some WEIRD bugs have creeped in - This is an essential tool for me, but there are definitely some MAJOR bugs that have crept in. 1. In the Skype module, searching for a person seems to have just stopped working. I have to open up real Skype to search for a person… very strange 2. Clicking a link in the Skype module doesn’t open a web browser, it pops up a window saying, "There is no application set to open the URL about:blank.” 3. You can’t just highlight text and copy it in the Skype module. You have to highlight, right-click and then choose ‘copy text’… again, VERY WEIRD! 4. Can’t make or accept Skype calls, I have to open real Skype 5. Can’t make or accept Facebook calls, whioch I swear used to work.
The excitement didn’t last long... - I have to say that I am quite disappointed here. I got this simply for the reason that this would bring many of my chats into a single interface. Well, it seems like it tries, but I have to say it didn’t make the mark. Slack wouldn’t allow me to login to my team’s chat via SSO…kept opening a new page which allowed me to sign in there, but never authorized the One Chat client. As for Rocket.Chat, the idea behind it is supposed to use your own server, but it only allows you to login to the main Rocket.Chat site only. Right now, I have to reiterate that I am disappointed here and want my money back!