One of the problems with instant messaging since time immemorial has been juggling contacts and conversations across multiple services. It's bothersome on desktops, and it's especially unwieldy on mobile devices, where multitasking isn't as easy and similar sounding chimes can send you searching through the wrong app for the latest reply.
Disa is a new Android messaging client that attempts to tackle this problem. It has been in development for a long time, spending a healthy period in private alpha being tested by over 33,000 people before making its way to the Play Store in the form of a private beta.
Officially, Disa only supports two services at this time: SMS and Facebook. For others, you need to turn to third-party plugins made available in the Google+ community. More should be ready by the time the app goes stable.
Unifying conversations isn't the only reason to give Disa a go. The developers claim the app will take a load off your battery, as you're running one process instead of several. The app supports sending voice messages in addition to texts, and you're able to change the color of the Material-inspired interface.
To reiterate, the app is still beta, so expect jitters. With that in mind, hit up the link below and chat away.