eBuddy Mobile Messenger for Yahoo, MSN, Google Talk is Available for Android Mobiles

Written By Sam on 14 May 2009

The most popular web and mobile messenger for Yahoo, MSN, ICQ, AIM, Google Talk, Facebook, MySpace eBuddy is now available for Android OS. The eBuddy application for andrioid Mobiles is available for free in the Android Market. With eBuddy mobile application you can login to multiple IM networks at the same time.


With eBuddy for Android you can get a fast and stable chat experience. eBuddy runs in the background and will alert you about new messages in the Android status bar. You can even enable sounds or vibration for notification. With eBuddy you can combine all your IM and social network accounts. You will have only one buddy list.

You can easily personalize eBuddy for Android by setting status and personal messages. You can easily switch between chat conversations and manage all your friends in groups. You even have emoticons or buzzers to personalize your chat.

3 Responses to “eBuddy Mobile Messenger for Yahoo, MSN, Google Talk is Available for Android Mobiles”

  1. Phil4 says:

    Check ReChat (Android chat):
    – Facebook, Google Talk;
    – multiple accounts at once;
    – plain/bubble views. Customize avatar/font sizes.
    – font packs (download separate apk to keep memory).
    – full Unicode support;
    – favorites (always in contact list);
    – customize income message notification: default sound/your sound file, LED, vibration, status bar notification.
    – chat history. Export (email) selected messages, open chat messages, whole history for a contact, whole history for all contacts. Archive attachment with 7zip.

    Facebook features:
    – all non-chat permissions are revoked, customize period, “revoke now”.
    – upload image/short video (several share options)
    – send image/short video to a contact (private wall post).
    – send message to a contact (as a private event or private wall post).
    – set status message.

    Google Talk features:
    – showing total count of unread emails;
    – marking contacts with unread emails;
    – new email notification;
    – list of unread emails subjects (without content).

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