The eBuddy application used to be known as e-Messenger and has been around since 2003. These days it’s readily available via the web or as an app for your favourite smartphone. It’s one of the easiest ways to chat with multiple networks of IM (Instant Messenger) friends from wherever you are. Today we’ll check out the Android version of eBuddy properly so you can really see whether it’s the app for you.
Facebook chat is one of those things that’s fantastic when everything is going well, yet very annoying when something’s not right. Sadly, most people don’t have the time to navigate all of the options and set their preferences just so. There’s also a number of useful tricks you can do with Facebook chat messages that many people just don’t realise is possible.
On the surface, Skype looks like an application for text, audio, and video chats, a great way to stay in touch with a friends. Only that it’s more than that. Skype is a Voice over Internet Protocol (VoIP) messaging service that offers a range of advanced features.
A moment of introspection, please: What do you do more often – call people using your phone, or text them? I would bet it’s the latter. For many people, texting is more convenient than calling. It’s discrete, so you can do it on the bus (unless you happen to be the driver); it’s asynchronous, so the other person doesn’t have to be immediately available, and more.