Tag Archives: Nimbuzz

Nimbuzz Has Done It Again! This Time It’s Android

Posted on 11. Aug, 2009 by .


Over the years since I have been blogging, I have developed an ongoing professional relationship with various software developers mostly in the mobile arena. The longest lasting and closest relationship has been with Nimbuzz, an application that supports multiple platforms and IM networks. Before I discuss the product, I have to say that what impresses me about Nimbuzz as a company is the fact that while they add a whopping 1 million new users monthly, they actually spend the time listening to feedback and implementing it as well.

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Fring Enters the Twitter Arena

Posted on 06. Apr, 2009 by .


Fring is one of my all time favorite apps on the iPod Touch, and it is only getting better with time. To just give you a short overview of what Fring is, if you do not already know, it is a social aggregator for multiple platforms. Fring supports iPhone, Blackberry, Windows Mobile, Symbian, Java, and Linux. Here are some of the things that make Fring an awesome program…

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Top Mobile Device To Come Preinstalled With Industry Leading Software

Posted on 19. Feb, 2009 by .


It is not often that two industry leaders that both have revolutionary products, join forces. That is exactly what has just happened with my favorite phone of this year’s mobile congress, and my favorite mobile application.

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Nimbuzz: The Ultimate IM App… Almost

Posted on 07. Dec, 2008 by .


 After hitting the 10,000 apps and 300,000,000 downloads mark (yes, there were 300 million downloads so far), you would think there would be at least one app in the app store that offers an instant messaging experience somewhat similar to the desktop one. Take Digsby, for example. Besides its lack of Skype support, it is […]

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