I get to share my latest discovery with you. That’s one reason I began this blog in the first place, one reason I love this platform. Ok.Before I veer off into the philosophy of blogging.
With all the social networks available to us interneters these days, one is almost overwhelmed with keeping track of where one left off a few minutes ago. If this wasn’t enough hassle, add the fact that you have friends across all these available media and sometimes everyone of those friends want to chat with you – at the same time.
Yes. If you are on a computer, you will quickly find out that minimizing one window, to open another one just so you can reply to a chat that just dropped in is one heck of a nuisance. That is why I am so excited to bring to the notice of those who have not been privileged the existence of on medium by which you can save your self the trouble of mastering how to track all your conversations across multiple platforms.
I present to you Nimbuzz.
|Mobile Nimbuzz in action!|
It is not a brand new innovation – just one I happen to have just subscribed to. Nimbuzz presents us with the super grand opportunity of chatting with all our friends whether they are on Gtalk, Facebook, Yahoo, AIM, Skype, you name it, all from one window. No clicking around – just a list of all online and offline friends (just the way you have it one yahoo messenger).
The sweet thing about it is the ubiquity of the gadget. You can have it on your phone (a must have whatever phone you are using!) or on your computer. The versatility of the app and the simplicity of usage is also very refreshing. The best line of the post will not come until you hear this: try it yourself.
Here is a link to grab a copy for your self: download Nimbuzz. And don’t forget to share!