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Chat with Piip Messenger - the free instant messenger available for smartphones, tablets and desktops! Experience the easiest set-up ever and start chatting and sharing photos, files, contacts and locations with friends from your contact list. Use it at home or on the go, via WiFi or your mobile Internet service. What's new in Piip v3.0.1 Improved: • Registration Fixed: • Minor bugs EASY SET-UP! • The simplest set-up and easy profile update • Automatic sync with your phone contact list KEEP CHATTING! • Chat effortlessly from any device • See your sent messages status through push notifications SHARE IT ALL! • Share text, photos and files • Share contacts and map locations SPICE IT UP! • Enjoy free group chat with your friends • Have even more fun using amusing emoticons and emoji FREE APP! • Absolutely free application download • It will stay free Free Piip Messenger is your best friend on all your Windows devices – Windows Phones or Windows desktop. Available for other devices and operating systems as well: iPhone, iPod, iPad, Mac OS X desktop, Android Phone, Android Tablet, Blackberry, and Linux.


Additional information

Published by

Piip Mobile AG

Developed by

Piip Mobile AG

Approximate size

5.52 MB

Age rating

For ages 13 and up




Get this app while signed in to your Microsoft account and install on up to ten Windows 10 devices.

Language supported

العربية (المملكة العربية السعودية)
Български (България)
Čeština (Česká Republika)
Deutsch (Deutschland)
Ελληνικά (Ελλάδα)
English (United States)
Español (España, Alfabetización Internacional)
Français (France)
עברית (ישראל)
हिंदी (भारत)
Magyar (Magyarország)
Indonesia (Indonesia)
Italiano (Italia)
日本語 (日本)
Bahasa Melayu (Malaysia)
Nederlands (Nederland)
Polski (Polska)
Português (Portugal)
Română (România)
Русский (Россия)
Srpski (Srbija)
Svenska (Sverige)
ไทย (ไทย)
Türkçe (Türkiye)
Українська (Україна)
Tiếng Việt (Việt Nam)

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