Last year we covered Nimbuzz and it’s features. Nimbuzz offers an all-in-one solution on the mobile, PC and Web for calling, conference calling, instant messaging, group chat and chat rooms, and photo and file sending across multiple IM communities, including Skype, Windows Live Messenger, Google Talk, Yahoo IM, AIM, Jabber and ICQ, plus 23 social networks including Facebook and Myspace.
All Nimbuzz products are free to download and use. Nimbuzz will never charge or bill for anything. Nimbuzz uses a data connection, and operator data costs will apply. To use Nimbuzz, you need an Internet-enabled mobile with Internet access from your operator or via Wi-Fi. Nimbuzz supports more than 22 brands and over 500 models and are constantly adding support for new models.
To get Nimbuzz on my mobile phone, point your mobile browser to http://get.nimbuzz.com, choose your mobile phone brand, model and your language.
Nimbuzz recently announced new features, listed below.
- Location Services: This feature is now available in Java phones and the Blackberry. This service lets you share your location and view the locations of their buddies who are connected and online.
- Support for Windows Mobile Phones: Nimbuzz now supports Windows Mobile phones.
- Support for Touchscreen phones: Nimbuzz now supports Java touchscreen phones too. Users can now call, chat, text, use location services, exchange files and photos and even visit chatrooms.