Instant Messenger Application for Mobile Phones and PDA

Written By John Mitt Sam on Sunday, April 24, 2011 | 1:10 PM

You can use Instant Messenger such as Messenger, Google Talk, MSN, ICQ, AIM, AOL Messenger, etc. directly from your mobile phone. Communicating in this way is quite effective and less expensive. In addition, the need to socialize with colleagues in the virtual world is now increasingly important. Thus, the messenger application into an application must exist on every mobile device. We have tried several messenger application is interesting enough to be used.

eBuddy
This application is already quite well known and many are using to chat. This application can be downloaded via the website at www.ebuddy.com or with the method over the air. The application supports chat through the web by typing directly in the browser address www.ebuddy.com on your device. eBuddy supports MySpace, MSN, GTalk, Yahoo, AIM, ICQ, and Facebook. Interesting feature of this messenger is the ability to do conference chat. Unfortunately, the new ebuddy available for iPhone, Android, and J2ME.

Nimbuzz
Nimbuzz is an application that is very easy and light. This application can be downloaded directly at get.nimbuzz.com. One of the interesting features of this application is that you can synchronize your contacts list with Nimbuzz server. The application supports AIM, MSN, GTalk, Yahoo, Facebook, ICQ, Nimbuzz.

In addition, you also can call a contact who is available on your Nimbuzz account. This application is available for J2ME, Symbian, Android, Blackberry, Windows Mobile, and Windows Mobile smartphones. This application is also available to desktop.

IM +
This application was made ​​by Shape service long engaged in the mobile world. The application supports devices with OS iPhone OS, Blackberry RIM, Symbian S60 v3, Symbian 60 V5, Symbian UIQ, Windows Mobile, Windows Mobile Smartphone, Palm, Android, J2ME. The new features possessed by this application include avatars, IM + Talk, sending files, status, emoticons.

To use it, you can download at www.shapeservices.com. On the website is available for seven-day trial version before you decide to buy this application. Unfortunately, this application does not provide a freeware version. New features contained in the latest version is MSN, and Skype Conference. The application supports MSN, Yahoo, MySpace, Facebook, GTalk, AIM, Jabber, Skype, and ICQ. This application is sold on the market price of 39.95 dollars with a lifetime license and available updates.

Agile Messenger
Messenger of this one claims to be all in one messenger, with support for ICQ, Yahoo, MSN, Windows Live Messenger, Google Talk, Jabber, and XMPP. You can download this application at www.agilemobile.com. The application offers features texting, push to talk, messanging picture, and video messaging. The application also supports cross conference. This application is available for the iPhone, Blackberry, Nokia, Sony Ericsson, Windows Mobile, Windows Mobile Smartphone, Palm Pre, and Android. But it does not support up. This application sells for 11.95 dollars for a period of 3 months. Meanwhile, for a permanent license is sold at 44.95 dollars.

Mundu
Mundu supports Yahoo, MSN, AIM, ICQ, Jabber, Facebook, GTalk. This application can be downloaded at im.mundu.com on your mobile browser or directly downloaded from your PC at www.mundu.com. The application supports conference chat. Featured emoticons, avatars, texting, cross-conferencing, share photos, smart group, is a standard feature available in this application. Mundu available for iPhone, Blackberry, Windows Mobile Smartphone, Windows Mobile, Palm, Palm Pre, Symbian, and Android. This application is sold on the market at a price of 11 dollars.

MSN Mobile 
Application of this MSN you can use for your messaging through MSN. To download it to the address http://mobile.msn.com/pc/en-us/default.aspx 

Turbo MSN 
Turbo MSN is a mobile-based MSN client application for Nokia and Panasonic. This application can be downloaded at http://www.mobileinttech.com 

GoTalkMobile 
Java-based mobile applications for mobile phones that have J2ME, functions like any other IM clients, so you can connect with Google Talk and Jabber. It's easy to get in http://www.gotalkmobile.com 

EQO 
In http://www.eqo.com site you can download and then use the instant messenger application for mobile phones is almost all messengers, like MSN, Yahoo, Gtalk, AIM, ICQ and Jabber. 

Fring 
You can use fring is not only as an instant messenger client, but also free calls via Wi-Fi, GPRS or EDGE. Simply download through the website http://www.fring.com 

JiveTalk 
With an address jivetalk http://www.beejive.com/index.php website, you can be connected directly to all types of IM such as AIM, MSN, Yahoo, Google Talk, ICQ and Jabber. 

MovaMessenger 
MovaMessenger is a free instant messenger client and works well if you use MSN, Yahoo, AIM, ICQ, and Gtalk. Please visit their website at http://www.movamessenger.com 

TipicMe 
Tipic (http://www.tipic.com) is an IM client for mobile phones or J2ME-based PDAs are nice and of course free. 

Palringo Vocal IM
This application can be downloaded via a PC in www.palringo.com or with the method over the air via cell phone at www.palringo.mobi. This application is available in freeware version. If you want more facilities, you can use the premium version.

The application supports MSN, Yahoo, GTalk, ICQ, Jabber, AIM, and Facebook to communicate with your colleagues. The application also supports the iPhone OS, Windows Mobile, Windows Mobile Smartphones, RIM Blackberry, J2ME, and Android. In the freeware version, it offers an interesting feature, sending text, pictures, avatars, emoticons, location, and features push to talk to transmit sound.

All of the above applications have advantages and disadvantages of its own. With a wide range of features provided, you can use it according to your needs. The choice is yours.

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