Our partnership was the natural and reasonable conclusion to bring these similar and often already connected communities together officially.Going forward, FA will continue to operate independently but with IMVU’s support and resources to upgrade our services.
I have gotten to the point where I am fed up, and just buckled and switch Ad Block Plus ON when using this site. This is an ultimately ineffective bandaid that does no real healing where it matters the most, y'see? It is a very serious matter, and this is common knowledge. Third & lastly, responding to "why complain before something happens": People are asking questions and voicing their concerns after being asked to.We are looking forward to the partnership allowing both FA and IMVU to grow and foster the furry community and to celebrate its unique talents, creativity and self-expression.As you know, IMVU has previously advertised their services to our community, which led to further discussions about the obvious overlap among our members.they bought FA and gave allot of k of money worth of gear/performance in return, people just ignore that and read **imvu BOUGHT FA** they dont get the upgrades and performance part of the deal, and besides FA is also still working independent from imvu.imvu doesnt take part in the future development of FA also why complain about something that is optional.. look i know people are gonna be mad for me mentioning it, but just like google and youtube, i never use google but do use youtube ( to watch adult marked content).replied to get it up front) oke after my last post i skipped every other message..
(note i,m no artist lawyer or businessman or furry) why complain about this ? all you guys do is complain and no positive comment out of this you know, imvu only bought stocks in my book.
We are proud to announce Fur Affinity has joined the IMVU (link) family.
Fur Affinity (formerly a part of Ferrox Art LLC) was acquired by IMVU earlier this year in January 2015.
I have done too much to have my reputation tarnished by some kids and a bullshit company who has no business dealing with artist of peoples lively hoods in the first damn place! That's actually false; if you search images on Google it actually tells you the image may be subject to copyright laws.
In fact lots of blogging sites, such as Blogspot and Hub Pages, warn about just going willy-nilly onto the internets and taking images, as even stuff you find on Google can be (and often are) subject to copyright.
We can now work on improving our infrastructure, adding more storage, making performance improvements and improved coding support to reach our full potential.