are there any GOOD AIM apps?

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  1. joshwithachance

    joshwithachance New Member

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    I searched "AIM" but it didn't come up with anything so I'm posting this. I know about hi AIM but it looks so gaudy and just bleh. any decent AIM apps that aren't hideous or log you out/crash a lot?
     
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    I'm partial to Meebo.
     
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    ebuddy is also very good
     
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    if u search aol there is one called AIM...thats the official one made by aol
     
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    I'm with LtKen on this one. Meebo for it's functionality with AIM, Facebook chat, and GChat as well as others.
     
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    meebo has been flawless for me. I like how it integrates with msn, yahoo, fb, etc
     
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    i haven't found any that don't loose connection any time i go from wifi to over the air. or just in and out of service, the stock google talk signs back in and and emails me a chat log of anything i missed while signed out. i don't think any of the downloadable aim apps do that.


    but with that said, if i don't use wifi and since i have a good coverage aera here on air, i use agile messenger and like it alot. i just wish i would auto reconnect and not loose my im's while i was out.
     
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    +1 on this. I have used ebuddy for awhile and it works good with AIM. It has also worked pretty decently with Yahoo Messenger. I still have some issues with supplying login's and passwords for these accounts, so any of mine that have access to a credit card (google for app purchases) are not on ebuddy. Not sure where that information is placed (my phone or their servers), but I try to minimize any damage.
     
  9. joshwithachance

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    hmmmm I guess I'll check out meebo and ebuddy then. thanks for all the replies :)