There are no lack of communication apps for Windows 8. In this article, we will focus on the top 3 new communication apps for Windows 8.
If you have a Google App account, you will be able to connect to GTalk using your custom domain name. In Linux, you can connect to your Google Apps GTalk account using your favorite IM client too. It is very easy to do it. The trick lies in the configuration. Once you got it correct, it will work everywhere.
Texting is kinda lame. SMS messages have a character limit, you have to know the person’s phone number and well, its hard to hold a longer SMS conversation. Some phones don’t thread the messages. If you forgot what you started talking about, it is a real pain to go back and re-read. I am sure […]
Most Instant Messaging applications keep a history log of all your conversation. When you need to access your history, you can just do a quick search within the app to retrieve the conversation. The only problem arises when you are using multiple IM applications, multiple computers, or both. In such situation, retrieving a particular history […]
Christmas is just few days away and we have prepared a series of free gifts for you. In this week, we will be giving out several free giveaway. Stay tune! There are no lack of Instant Messaging apps in the Android market. A quick search will yield apps like eBuddy, Meebo, IMO, IMEasy etc. IM+ […]
The poll last week was “How Much Are You Willing to Pay For a Mobile Application?” and the results were out. 33% of you are willing to pay for apps that cost under $1. 31% of you said that you only download free apps. 15% of you are willing to pay up to $2.99 and […]
My day is split between sitting in front of the computer and being on the move. While I am at my computer my HTC Magic (running Android 2.2) is comfortably charging in its dock. Unfortunately, this means that every time I receive a text message or other notification I have to remove the phone from […]
Have you ever had the need to show your screen to someone because it was too hard to talk them through something? Whether it is for school, work or just to show someone what you are doing on your computer, screen sharing is a great way to show someone exactly what you you want them […]
If you are a regular Facebook Chat user, you will be happy to know that Facebook has recently launched the XMPP support which allows you to connect to FB Chat from (almost) any IM applications (only applies to those that support the XMPP protocol). For Ubuntu Karmic users who are using Empathy rather than Pidgin, […]
I am what you could call an instant message junkie. Between Facebook, Yahoo, Google and Blackberry messengers, I am always chatting with someone. In some cases Instant messaging from a mobile device just won’t cut it. What would happen if you were at a friend’s house and you need to get a hold of someone […]
Google’s not afraid to reinvent the wheel, as long as they think they can make a better wheel. So far, in my opinion at least, they’re usually successful. That being said, when I first heard about Google Wave, the new browser based communications system, I was skeptical. I like my emails, IMs, message boards and […]
For those who are already an user of the popular desktop IM app – Trillian, or Web based app – Meebo, ebuddy, Zoho recently introduced a chat service with the potential to become a serious competitor to these IM services. Zoho chat comes with plenty of unique and useful feature. Like Meebo, it acts as […]