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We gave you a quick heads-up about eBuddy in one of our early post, 3 Online Free Online Instant Messaging Sites To Try Out but we did not sat much about it so here is more info about eBuddy: eBuddy is an instant messaging client that lets you connect to your IM accounts such as MSN, AIM and Facebook that works on your internet browser as well as your mobile phone so in that respect eBuddy is a really great multi-protocol IM client for you to use. Well, here is another reason why you might want to use eBuddy. eBuddy has recently announced an update on its blog that eBuddy can be used on the Android as well. To start using eBuddy for Android, go to the Android Market and search eBuddy to download it.
We have not tried it out yet but from the screenshots, eBuddy for Android looks awesome and might makes a good IM client on the Android. Anyway, here are some of the features of eBuddy for Android:
- – eBuddy ID – one login for MSN, Yahoo!, AIM, Facebook, Google Talk, and ICQ
- – Free, fast, reliable IM experience
- – Stay online when you get a call
- – New message alerts in the Android status bar
- – Switch easily between chats
- – Support for emoticons, sound, vibration, and buzzers
- – Automatic reconnect
- – Receive offline messages
If you do not want to waste your disk space on bulky desktop instant messaging applications, such as Microsoft Messenger or Yahoo Messenger, then you really should try out online instant messaging. And best of all most of these sites are mobile and can be used on your computer browser, you mobile phone as well as your iPod Touch/iPhone.
Here are the 3 free online instant messaging sites that I found, all of which can sign in too many type of messaging services such as MSN and Yahoo.
eBuddy: Best online instant site that I found. Easy to login and chat to other users and the interface is quite good too. The mobile version is very compact and looks great. Go ahead and give eBuddy a try!!
Meebo: Another awesome instant messaging site. Quite similar to eBuddy but the interface is not so good and is quite buggy. No need to sign up to access the messenger like eBuddy.
Nimbuzz: Also another site worth checking out. Though you need to sign up to use it, it offers Skype service so you can chat to your friend and is quite mobile too. Thanks to sreelakshmi24 for the tip!!