Seriously? Bablr? As in Babelation? That website they tried to run with for years and looked like it belonged in the 1990's? They're now reacquiring the same site they already once owned, but in mobile environment instead?
Oh hey, not only that but-- ""Bablr" will enable users to connect, interact, and access all their favorite social networks including Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram simultaneously and in Real-Time. "Bablr" empowers users to take control and manage their digital world while on the go"
--it's been done a thousand times by a thousand companies, might as well call it a Trillian rip-off, they've been doing this, and best in the market, since 2000.
Any ray of hope I had just got shattered. Not to mention Trillian supports a dozen more mail services, plugins, and IM handles than just Instagram, Twitter, and Facebook.