DISA Beta is an application that aims to unify various types of messaging smartphone apps into one. Thus, it is not necessary to consult different applications, being possible to query only the Disa Beta to preview all messages.
As the service is in testing phase, you can wait for some instabilities in its use. In addition, not all common messengers are available here.
When you start the app, you can select which services you want to link to the software, such as Facebook, Messenger WhatsApp and the SMSs from their own cell phone. The Viber, the Telegram and the Google Hangouts cannot be added in Disa Beta – who knows with future updates that are permitted.
An app for all unify
After you add the desired apps, the latest ten conversations are downloaded to the Disa Beta. You can merge different chats and create groups also, similarly to what other apps of the genre make. The interface is similar to what we see on Facebook Messenger, with large icons with images of people and snippets of conversations that can be seen.
You can manage each of the notifications services added, choosing as they appear-various aspects can be customized, as emoji keyboard. You can also view all messages together or separated by categories of their respective applications. Depending on the app that you want to link, downloads of plugins will be made to give compatibility to support service.
Above you gave a complete description about the Disa Beta and its functionalities, know now what we think of him
DISA Beta is a very interesting application for people who check numerous messaging apps constantly because it unites in one place all these messengers. However, the concept of service works better on paper than in practice – at least for now. First, the Disa Beta (as its name says) is not a finalized software, because it has serious problems for stability and compatibility with some applications.
While Facebook and Messenger WhatsApp can be used peacefully, the Viber, the Telegram and the Google Hangouts are incompatible, as well as other less popular apps. It is true that the Disa Beta is practical and useful for anyone who makes use of many messengers, but a more robust support is essential in a service that proposes various clustering messaging applications.
In addition, prepare for various bugs and interruptions in the middle of conversations, because Disa Beta is very unstable. These constant errors were found in two different smartphones and hinder the use of Unified Messaging. We see a lot of potential in the service and he really can become quite interesting when you get to the finals, but today, due to instability and the low degree of compatibility with apps, he is not highly recommended.