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    Re: best aim application

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    If you have t-mobile the software they provide is great. It also includes icq, msn, and yahoo messenger.

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    Re: best aim application

    Not to be redundant, but JiveTalk is far better than anything I've seen out there, and it stays on all day and night so if people need to find you, they -- for better or worse -- can :-)

    The latest release even adds a tag so people know if/when you're using JiveTalk and not the particular IM client(s) it mimics (AIM, MSN, Google, Jabber, ICQ, Yahoo, etc.).

    Really solid, reliable, well-designed, well-updated app.

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    ~via BB (wap.pinstack.com)~in my personal experience I think the most reliable aim app I've ever try is yak-on that's why I purchased it (one time fee of $20)the bad thing is, besides aim it only supports msn and icq. But they are planning to add googletalk in the future.

    Jivetalk, best looking IM app out there and it has tons of features, also great tech support. This app just keeps getting better and better. Only downside is, its not really that stable for me, because I can stay connected with yak-on in my area and get connection issue with jivetalk. But again, jivetalk is only a beta and it will just gonna get better.

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    Re: best aim application

    Just sent email to customer service waiting on a reply back. Haven't even logged into Ramble for weeks

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    I would definately suggest Jivetalk its free and its great I dont have any problems I like it very much... It gets better like weekly with all the updates lol..
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    I would suggest for me to get a jivetalk.. Goodbye to ramble!!

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    Re: best aim application

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    I would suggest for me to get a jivetalk.. Goodbye to ramble!!
    You suggest it to yourself? Jivetalk is a semi-closed beta program (meaning you have to request to be allowed to try it, instead of just go to the website, sign up, and download). I've seen Yak-On, and Ramble. What are some other alternatives to AIM?
    ~A BlackBerry without a data plan is just a berry without the crack.~
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    cliffr39- Ramble is sporadic... to save you some problems sent an email to info@beejive.com with your phone model and what os you are running and they will send you a link to download their IM program..

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