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You Blackberry owners can rejoice with the release of  IM client, Instango.  Instango works with GTalk, ICQ, Yahoo, AIM, MSN, QQ, Jabber and Gadu-Gadu for starters.  You’ll have to sign up for an account but it looks like Instango does email and RSS in addition to […]

You Blackberry owners can rejoice with the release of  IM client, Instango.  Instango works with GTalk, ICQ, Yahoo, AIM, MSN, QQ, Jabber and Gadu-Gadu for starters.  You’ll have to sign up for an account but it looks like Instango does email and RSS in addition to filling your chat needs.  I haven’t tried it but I might.

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  1. The site is all over the place…what are they selling? SMS? Phone service? If the app is free why do I need to sign up? I’ll stick with JiveTalk, thanks. It’s been working well since I got my Blackberry.

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  2. BeyondtheTech Thursday, June 19, 2008

    While it’s a nice attempt to bring a multi-IM platform to the BlackBerry, the Java applet is so user-unfriendly, BlackBerry-unfriendly, and sluggish that it makes it nearly impossible to use. I’d rather wait for Palringo (www.palringo.com) to make a more stable BlackBerry version (right now, it just can’t make a connection on my 8830, but others have been rumored to work fine).

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  3. Well I just down loaded this to my 8830WE. It certainly does take some getting used to and is jerkish and slow, but on the upside it is free (I think/hope). Personaly I’m still crossing my fingers for the day that gmail chat with AIM integration comes to the blackberry.

    Cat

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