combining messagers???General


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  1. godson

    godson Member This Topic's Starter

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    ok idk if there is a thread out there i coundt not find one.. But anywho i know there apps to download aim, google talk, yahoo etc..

    I was curious is there an app to combine them into one for ex. pigeon messenger does that for the PC. Reason i want this is because i have aim, google, msn and i others and i dont wanna install each app lol.

    Thanks
     

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  2. ssick92

    ssick92 Well-Known Member

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    eBuddy IM.
     
  3. Heliotropic

    Heliotropic Well-Known Member

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    You could also try Meebo IM
     
  4. LiverpoolsNo9

    LiverpoolsNo9 Well-Known Member

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    Fring isnt too bad. I wish there was Digsby out for Android already.
     
  5. godson

    godson Member This Topic's Starter

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    wow thanks gonna try each one see which i like thanks for the fast replay:D
     
  6. gruss

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    I've tried meebo and ebuddy as well as the "hi" apps are there any that don't keep the phone awake 100% of the time?? ebuddy supposedly has the battery save feature but even with that on it keeps my phone "awake" constantly thus destroying battery life which without it is becoming acceptable.
    The built in google talk app is fine, which is ok for me since thats what I use the most but just wondering what the general consensus is or if I'm doing something wrong??

    BTW to OP: IMO ebuddy seems to be the best all rounder IM app that I tried if you were looking for opinions ;)
     

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