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Thread: which AIM client is the least battery intensive?

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    which AIM client is the least battery intensive?

    official AIM, ebuddy, & meebo are my favorites based on looks and features but which uses the least amount of battery?
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    I use Ebuddy for when I want all my instant/social networking messengers online. It has a battery save option that states it may delay messages by as much as 15 minutes. I can't really comment on battery drain as it isn't highly noticeable to me...
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    NO reason to use any AIM app really. Just go into AIM on your computer, go under settings/mobile, and have it push it to your phone when you log off your computer.
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    Quote Originally Posted by bodean View Post
    NO reason to use any AIM app really. Just go into AIM on your computer, go under settings/mobile, and have it push it to your phone when you log off your computer.
    I don't want to always be online.
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    I've only used Meebo, but I can tell you that it really drains your battery (with intense chatting).
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    I use Hi AIM and it seems to work fine and not kill my battery.

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