Communicate with your friends and family with Nimbuzz

nimbuzzmobilelogoVoice over IP is a huge deal now-a-days. Thanks to applications like AIM, Windows Messenger and of course, Skype, using your computer to make PC to PC calls is second nature today. Some even allow you to make PC to landline calls. One application which I’m using lately is Nimbuzz. A free call and messaging app for the connected generation.

Nimbuzz combines the flexibility of the Internet and mobile communications into a single, accessible platform. With it, you can make calls, send messages and share files, on any mobile device, for free.

Nimbuzz is one of the best free instant messengers for your Windows PC, Mac or mobile phone. Once you download the free client, you can communicate with anyone on the network, regardless of the other person’s platform. If you have friends and family in a different country, you can also use Nimbuzz to make free PC to mobile phone international VoIP calls, anywhere in the world.

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You can also use Nimbuzz to connect with your Nimbuzz friends via instant messaging. Nimbuzz supports a simple ‘drag n’ drop’ function that allows you to share music, movies and photos with your friends. Nimbuzz also supports many popular IM clients, including Facebook, Windows Live Messenger, Yahoo Messenger and Google Talk. You can connect to all of your contacts through a single client.

Nimbuzz is a decent IM and audio calling client. The one thing clearly missing here though is video chat. With this one, extremely huge hole, there’s little compelling reason to switch to it from any other network unless you have friends and family that are already using it elsewhere. Honestly, the other networks that Nimbuzz supports have the same feature set, likely have the same price points and also supports video chat. It’s good for what it does, but other apps are better.

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Get in touch over email, IM, or a call with Google Talk

You know…Skype is the thing. It really is. The Jetson’s video-style chat is something that many people have been dreaming of as the standard M.O. for voice communications for the last 50 years. Now, thanks to the Internet and to those tools like Google Talk, it’s now possible; and it really doesn’t matter what platform you’re using. Google has a communications solution for you.

Unified communications is one of THE buzz words of the coming year. Google is doing its best to provide most everyone with the single best way to communication with family and friends and they are hoping that their Gmail and Google Talk combination are the key to that success.

With Google Talk, you can IM and voice chat with friends, family and just about anyone with a Gmail address or Google account.

With Talk’s text chat, you can send instant messages, make status updates, and transfer files. With voice chat, you get free PC to PC GLOBAL, long distance calling, and can hold an video conference with multiple parties all at once. All you need is Google Talk, a Gmail address and a web cam at each end point. Even if someone is missing a web cam, they can still participate either via audio only or one-way video

 

 

 

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Microsoft announced a definitive agreement to buy Skype

Microsoft announced a definitive agreement to buy Skype for $8.5 billion. The agreement has been approved by the boards of directors of both Microsoft and Skype.

The acquisition will increase the accessibility of real-time video and voice communications, bringing benefits to both consumers and enterprise users and generating significant new business and revenue opportunities. The combination will extend Skype’s world-class brand and the reach of its networked platform, while enhancing Microsoft’s existing portfolio of real-time communications products and services.

Skype will support Microsoft devices like Xbox and Kinect, Windows Phone and a wide array of Windows devices, and Microsoft will connect Skype users with Lync, Outlook, Xbox Live and other communities. Microsoft will continue to invest in and support Skype clients on non-Microsoft platforms.

Skype will become a new business division within Microsoft, and Skype CEO Tony Bates will assume the title of president of the Microsoft Skype Division, reporting directly to Ballmer.

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