The famous IM+ Web Messenger has recently released its multi-messenger app for Windows 8. This web service already has applications for desktop (Windows, Mac OS X and Linux) and Mobile (Android, iPhone, iPad and BlackBerry) platforms, which can be used to sign to multiple messaging services simultaneously, including Yahoo, MSN, Facebook, Gtalk, Skype, ICQ, Jabber and others. The IM+ messenger is also widely used to directly login to instant messaging Continue Reading →
Facebook chat has become an important tool for keeping people connected. Facebook is not only used by common users but is also being widely being used by entrepreneurs to promote their business and to collaborate with existing and potential clients. Back in the day such tasks were performed via instant messengers such as MSN (Windows Live) and Yahoo messenger, however Facebook Chat has changed all that. Whether you are an Continue Reading →
Facebook users who have used desktop clients for Facebook Chat might be aware of a famous application known as ChitChat. In a previous review I explored the features of this advanced Facebook chat client and explained the pros and cons of using it. Recently, the developer of this chat client has released a web messenger for Facebook Chat. The benefits of using this client are many, since it offers an Continue Reading →
If you are looking for a free desktop client for Facebook chat with a minimalist look and clean interface, then check out Chit Chat. Chit Chat is similar in functionality to fTalk, but comes with a wider range of handy features such as customization options to change chat text, 20+ useful hotkeys, auto save of chats, support multiple tabs, proxy servers and Facebook user groups.
The new chat interface for Facebook has made it hard to identify online and offline contacts as they are not aligned separately. If you are looking for an easy way of using Facebook chat, the try fTalk. It is a free desktop client for Facebook chat. It aligns online and offline contacts separately and shows system tray notifications when a contact is online. fTalk is quite lightweight and has a Continue Reading →
InstantBird is a cross-platform multi messenger for Windows, Mac and Linux, with Twitter integration. It supports Facebook chat, Google Talk, AIM, MSN, Yahoo Messenger, ICQ, IRC, Jabber and many more messengers. Unlike most multi-messengers, you can also use add-ons to enhance InstantBird features. All chat conversations are added in convenient tabs for easy integration for chat tabs from across multiple messengers.
Excelbook is an Adobe Air based free software which allows using Facebook at work without being caught by your boss. The interface can be easily mistaken for an MS Excel, Open Office or Libre Office spreadsheet. You can login to your Facebook account and get all important updates, while appearing to work on a regular task.
In the wake of the latest Skype release, I am providing a complete guide regarding the use of all new Facebook integration options. One of the major additions in Skype 5.5 includes a new Facebook tab, which provides easy access to your Facebook feeds, provides status updates, allows adding comments, and chatting with your Facebook contacts. You can also call your Facebook friends from Skype if he/she has added a Continue Reading →
Fishbowl is an open source desktop client for Facebook. It was designed as a Microsoft Windows client (Microsoft .NET Framework) application, which was developed by uxlabs (at Microsoft) by utilizing Facebook’s new stream APIs. The original purpose was to show off how a web platform can be utilized on a desktop client. Since it is a lab showcase application, therefore, it can be downloaded by technology enthusiasts and Facebook users Continue Reading →