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Discussion in 'Android Devices' started by IncrediblyCool, May 21, 2010.

  1. IncrediblyCool

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    the other similar threads werent what is was looking for, can u go to the browser and chat on facebook if thats on flash
     

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    There's an app in the market called Jabbroid Pro, it's around $2. It works great with FB chat using the way they implemented Jabber to chat.

    Install the application and follow the instructions here for "other"

    Facebook Chat. Everywhere. | Facebook

    The good thing about this solution is you don't need a browser, and your FB chat will act similar to GTalk or any other IM program as it'll run in the background and notify you if you have any messages.
     
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    I am using ebuddy. I like it because It allows me to use all my chat clients in one location.
     
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    The aim app does facebook chat.
     
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    the answer to your question is "yes, but" and the but being there's a TON of better solutions.

    I also use ebuddy
     
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    +1 Ebuddy is the way to go...
     
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    ebuddy for sure.

    It's also the best chat app on battery life, if you use the battery saving feature. Plus I never lose connection like I did all the time with meebo.
     
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    I am running Bloo v1.5 beta! :D It FINALLY has chat built into it. It's not perfect, but it integrates pretty well with Sense and the notification system in general. PM me if you want a link to the APK (not on Android Market yet).

    Take care,
    -Elo
     
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    i use meebo...works for me.
     
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    Meebo works great for me as well. Always loved it on the web, nice to have on my phone now!
     
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    I've had the older version of Bloo (the one on the market) for a while, but was curious, do you have problems when you click "Profile"?
     

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