[Air-L] Meebo On The Go > Android App / iPhone Web >
human.factor.one at gmail.com
Fri Feb 12 17:06:11 PST 2010
Did you make this application?
And just what are it's features? How can it help in research?
On Feb 12, 2010, at 12:33 PM, gerrymck wrote:
> Meebo App For Android
> Get Meebo for the T-Mobile G1. Our first mobile app is now available
> download in the Android Market.
> Download meebo for your t-mobile g1
> Log into all your IM accounts and send messages for free with
> Meebo's first
> downloadable application for a mobile device. With Meebo for Android
> on your
> G1, you'll never miss a message. Available now from the Android
> A few key points:
> •No SMS charges!
> •Can run in the background
> •Displays notifications in your system tray
> Links To Press Release / Video / Access To App / Source
> Meebo For iphone
> Use Meebo on the go by simply pointing your wireless device to
> www.meebo.comand signing in!
> meebo designed especially for the iPhone
> Access Meebo on your iPhone by simply pointing your browser to www.meebo.com
> You'll find an interface customized for the mobile browser where
> you can
> effortlessly flick through your buddies—the smart buddylist makes
> it easy
> to keep up with all your conversations.
> Meebo for iPhone is the web version of Meebo that we designed
> especially for
> the iPhone. Just point to www.meebo.com on the iPhone or iPod touch
> to chat
> on the go. You can effortlessly flick through a smart buddylist that
> it easy to keep up with all your conversations. No downloads are
> and it’s free.
> Meebo for iPhone also works on these wireless devices:
> •iPod Touch / •G1 / •Nintendo Wii / •Nokia 770, N800, N810, N810
> Access To All Links Availabale At
> [ http://tinyurl.com/ycjpwhf ]
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> EnJoY !!!
> Gerry McKiernan
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> Science and Technology Librarian
> Iowa State University Library
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