5 Free Rambox Alternatives

About Rambox

Rambox is a workspace browser and all-in-one messenger that allows you to manage as many applications as you want, all in one place. It is designed to help the group of people be productive and work with many applications at a time. Rambox is effective for both personal and business. It organizes all frequently used daily web apps into one single workspace. Rambox supports services like Apple Music, Asana, B notes, Google Calendar, Canva, CoSchedule, Discord, Duo, Feedly, Freelancer, GitHub, Google Ads, and more. Rambox is free to up to 99+ apps. Premium plans start at $5 per month or $2 per month if billed annually.

5 Free Rambox Alternatives

Rambox makes your work easier than ever. But you need to buy the premium version to get access to all the features. Now there are many more free options to choose from that do the same thing as Rambox does for you. Here are some free alternatives to Rambox with all their features, functionalities, available platform, and pricing.

1. Ferdi

Ferdi helps you organize how you use your favorite apps by combining them into one application. It is a free and open-source application that lets you add multiple applications, including various messaging services, in one place. You can add the option to change the server to a custom ferdi-server, Add an option to auto-hide the menubar, Remove pages begging you to donate after registration, and more. On Ferdi, you can protect your messages by using Password Lock. Password Lock allows you to lock your messages using a password. Ferdi is free and is no hidden fees, paywalls, or subscriptions.

2. Pidgin

Pidgin is a chat program that lets you log in to accounts on multiple chat networks simultaneously. It is a universal chat client, allowing you to consolidate all your different messaging apps into a single tool. Pidgin runs on Windows, Linux, and other UNIX-like operating systems. Pidgin supports many features of these chat networks, such as file transfers, away messages, buddy icons, custom smileys, and typing notifications. Pidgin supports file transfers for many protocols. It lacks some protocol-specific features like the folder sharing available from Yahoo. Direct, peer-to-peer file transfers are supported over protocols such as XMPP and MSN. It has End-to-end encryption, through Off-the-Record Messaging (OTR). Pidgin is free.

3. Miranda NG

Miranda NG is an open-source multiprotocol instant messaging application, designed for Microsoft Windows. Miranda NG is a successor of a popular multi-protocol instant messaging client for Windows - Miranda IM. It supports Discord, Facebook, ICQ / MRA, Steam, VKontakte, Twitter and more. Miranda NG is light on system resources and fast. Miranda NG is free.

4. ElectronIM

ElectronicIM is an Electron based multi IM (Instant Messaging) client. It lets you combine all your IM applications (or whatever you want) in a single browser (Electron) window. ElectronicIM is available for Linux, Mac, and Windows. It supports any web-based IM solution. It has Keyboard shortcuts. It has configurable context for tabs (Isolated/sandboxed or shared). You can have multiple tabs/instances of the same service/web application if the context is sandboxed. Notifications can be disabled globally on ElectronicIM. ElectronicIM is free.

5. Adium

Adium is a free instant messaging application for macOS that can connect to XMPP (Jabber), IRC, and more. It supports Google Talk, Facebook Chat, LiveJournal, Bonjour, Gadu-Gadu, Skype for Business Server, and more. Adium makes use of a plugin architecture; many of the program's essential features are provided by plugins bundled inside the application package. These plugins include functionality such as file transfer, support for the Growl notifications system, Sparkle for program updates, and support for encrypted messaging with the Off-the-Record Messaging library. Adium is Open Source, so everyone can see how it works and help improve it.

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