News tagged ‘ICQ’
If you’re an active social networks member, you might have thought about possible ways of communicating with friends from your Facebook, Skype or Twitter accounts using one single app. Well, there’s a messenger developed specifically for that and it is called IM+ Pro7.
German website touch-this.de has received new screenshots of the instant messenger app for iPad. It is a new version of iM+ that keeps you connected to Skype, Gtalk, ICQ, AIM/iChat, MSN Messenger, MySpace, Facebook and Jabber all-at-once. More pictures are under the cut.
IM iPhone apps are very popular. There is however a whole bunch of them out there and it can be hard to decide which one will suit you the best. Appadvice put together all im apps in one comparison table, so it is much easier to choose the right one:
Now icq.com created ICQ application for iPhone. It is avaliable for free via AppStore (link). The first version is rather buggy. But we are looking forward to see next release.
Fring allows you to chat and interact with others on a variety of networks including Skype, MSN, GoogleTalk, AIM, Yahoo, Twitter, ICQ.
In addition, Fring offers voice over ip (VoIP) using the iPhone's WiFi connection. Features listed include:
- VoIP Calls over WiFi
- Instant Messaging
- Integrated dynamic contact list with real-time contact availability
- SIP integration
- Multiple Connection types
Fring supports SkypeOut and SIP which allows you to make calls to landline and mobile phones. Available for free via App Store. (
IM+ is a very popular messanger among WindowsMobile users. Now it is avaliable for iPhone throught AppStore (
Now that Alex has joined the other team, you can expect that MobileChat will only get better. The
PS: As for me, I like
- Windows Live/MSN
This application is well known to many iPhone users. This application is feature rich, allowing you to take and send images or IM a phone number from any of your 10 supported IM accounts. Application cost is $2.99.
Walkthrough video from developers:
PS: I personaly like
There was an application called Apollo IM. It worked, but didn't work good - it hanged, dropeed connections, exited for no reason. Later there was MobileChat, which version 2.23-2 was much better than Apollo. It did work. It leasе I used it with ICQ many times. However it didn't have history and there were some problems with offline cyrillic messages.
Now there is