Discussion in 'Android Devices' started by cybercruiser, Nov 6, 2009.
Ok, for serious??
What is the BEST AIM/YahooIM/MSN from Android Markey??
Ive had good luck with Meebo today. Only been using it for an hour though.
As far as I know, GTalk doesn't support AIM/MSN/Yahoo
Nimbuzz is nice, but its Facebook support is currently down. Meebo seems to be the best alternative at the moment.
Yeah, it'd be nice if it supported all flavors of IM, but sadly, it does not(today)...
Not everyone I chat with is on GTalk. I use Pidgin on the desktop so that I can chat on lots of networks.
do the market clients show up in notifications like the native gtalk client does?
Ive been using Hi AIM and its been great so far. I only use AIM so i dont know what kind of support it has for anything else.
I really don't want to install any more than I have to, so it'd be nice to have a trillian kind of thing that does all the IM's well....
Isnt Parlingo out now? Never used it, but I know it can chat with gtalk, aim, yahoo, MSN, Facebook among others.
I just created this account so I could tell you how great eBuddy is.
I've been using a lot of different IM clients on my iPhone and android G1 phone. In my opinion eBuddy is the best for Android! I use Google Talk, AIM, Yahoo messenger, MSN, and Facebook, so I need an app that can connect to all of those networks. On my iPhone I was using Meebo, which was great. My experience with Meebo on android has been bad. I keep getting disconnected, and the messages from AOL keep saying I'm connected from another computer and press 1 to disconnect the others and keep this one active. Plus, Meebo randomly crashes. I was really disappointed with Meebo - it had been my favorite for IM on my PC/Mac and iPhone. But is just horrible on my G1.
I have not had any problems with eBuddy. It just works. All of my contacts in one place. It has some good customization options as well. And, like Meebo it has a web interface that you can use from any computer if needed.
If you only use Google Talk, just use the built in app. If you use multiple IM connections, definitely check out eBuddy.