Skype is supported out of the box, enabling users to make free or cheap VOIP calls.
Logging into individual networks is absolutely not necessary.
e Buddy allows you to have all your buddies from multiple IM accounts in one single list.
You can chat either using the embedded client available right within the browser window or a pop up client that looks like a desktop app.
Kool IM also boasts that it will work from behind any firewall or proxy server in a corporate environment. The service has been around since 2004 and performs most of the basic functions we expect from a messenger app.
Meebo is a pioneer in the web IM domain over all these years and supports an umpteen number of IM protocols.
In addition to the popular services like AIM, Yahoo, MSN, GTalk, etc.
As an icing on the cake, Nimbuzz also lets you know the physical location of your chat buddy, if he/she has the feature turned on.
Being a relative newcomer, offers its own set of unique features.
This problem was tackled by desktop apps that can handle multiple protocols and accounts.
We all have friends who use either multiple IM accounts or multiple IM services.
Let’s take a quick look at some of the most popular online IM apps.
Meebo is the most popular among the free online IM services and for a very good reason.
When you login to one of your linked accounts, you will be automatically logged into all your other linked IM accounts as well. imo allows grouping of buddies using lists and sorting by adding a star to buddies you talk often.