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.
Starting March 15, Windows Live Messenger will be no more. Instead, you’ll find all your Messenger contacts waiting for you on Skype, whether you’re already using it or not. This will take effect everywhere in the world except mainland China, where Messenger will continue to be available. In order to migrate your account to Skype, all you have to do is download the latest version and sign in using your Microsoft account.
The basic purpose of a hashtag, of course, is to find a list of all posts about a certain topic, but why not take it out of the Web services that already integrate it, and apply the humble hashtag in other areas where it can help making things easy to find? Here’s how you can use hashtags in novel ways to make your digital searchers easier.
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.