Any Good IM app for 1.1.3? (gtalk)

Discussion in 'iPod touch 1.1.3 Application Compatibility' started by norbiu, Jan 27, 2008.

  1. norbiu

    norbiu New Member

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    Are there any good IM apps that allow Google Talk?

    Apollo doesn't and MobileChat won't load and web based IM apps suck.

    Thanks!
  2. errrick

    errrick Active Member

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    try entering to www.meebo.com from safari browser, its a web-based IM client and lets you choose between different protocols (ICQ, MSN, AIM, GTalk) and it completely fits to the screen as if it were an ipod/iphone application

    I always use that, it's amazing.
  3. iPodTouchEdwards

    iPodTouchEdwards New Member

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    look for beejive its way better than apollo
  4. I_am_Mad_like_This

    I_am_Mad_like_This New Member

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    Meebo.com

    if not,

    flick.im
  5. norbiu

    norbiu New Member

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    I'm not looking for web apps.
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    Does meebo work with YM as well?
  7. norbiu

    norbiu New Member

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    Yes. (10 chars)
  8. felixh

    felixh New Member

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    Apollo works for me fine with 1.1.3

    cheers felix
  9. norbiu

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    yes, but it doesn't do Google Talk.

    I can't even change the servers or something.
  10. Bennoo

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    I recommend BeeJive.. if you want a Native app.. then you can download Apollo or MobileChat. Or you can wait until SDK release, because I think BeeJive will release a Native version when SDK is released. And also other devlopers.

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