HipChat – Free group chat for teams & business

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  • Last update: 2 years ago
  • Version: 3.16.2
  • Size: 110 MB
  • Compatibility: Requires iOS 8.0 or later. Compatible with iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch.
  • Author: HipChat, Inc.
  • Content rating: Rated 4+
  • Languages: English
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HipChat – Free group chat for teams & business Description

HipChat intends to be a downloadable iOS app that makes team communication easier. It gives you the ability to chat to anyone anywhere via mobile or desktop and also share over 30 different types of files seamlessly. HipChat gives secure access for guests joining the team temporarily, and the messages are kept private between individuals. Compatible with other apps such as Twitter, Trello, and Zendesk for teams already making use of them.

Pros

The HipChat app sends push notifications of messages to your phone or desktop so you never miss one. Unlimited chats. Search chat history.

Cons

Connects with some, but not all, third-party services such as Google. Can’t change your availability status. Can be slow to load text.


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  • V
    VespaDot
    iTunes
    The desktop version is ok. Not the best but ok. The iOS app drives me insane. If I have it open on my desktop and want to get notifications on my phone if I am away from my desktop for short times (in a meeting, onsite at an event) the app has to physically stay open or it marks me as away and then emails my notifications. If I turn off the desktop version, it shows me wth a mobile icon I don't want. I can't change my status on the app and I can't choose if others see me as available with a green dot or on mobile. I'm available, it doesn't matter if I'm on mobile or not and that can make others think I'm not working or unavailable. Do not use this awful awful app. Slack and skype are far superior. Hell, even AIM is still easier to use.
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    G-Mo
    iTunes
    Have to use this for work, but Slack is better if you’re making a choice. HipChat on iOS is ok, but there’s no way to set status to “away” without logging out, it hasn’t been updated to look nice on the iPhone X (black bars at top and bottom of the screen), tapping “give feedback” takes you to a desktop-formatted page in a web view that you have to log into to do anything. Logging in is done in the web view, so if you’re using google login, you have to re-enter your google info (and, you’re entering it in a web view, which you shouldn’t do). Tapping the safari button to complete google login there as one should results in a “malformed request” response when you’re sent back to HipChat.
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    landingham
    iTunes
    Unlike some other reviewers, I have not had any trouble seeing new message indicators for specific people within the app. The iOS app is a useful adjunct to the desktop (Mac) client. When I quit the Mac client, notifications via iOS start working (on Apple Watch in my case). The app icon badge did fail to update until I had launched and closed the app. I can't start a video/audio call so that's major missing functionality (A/V on the Mac is great).

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