Nimbuzz Mobile lets you call, chat, message, and send files on the go, for free. It combines all your buddies from Skype, Windows Live Messenger (MSN), Yahoo! Messenger, ICQ, GoogleTalk, AIM, GaduGadu, Jabber and Twitter, and social networks including Facebook and MySpace. One login, one contact list, all accounts.
See who´s online and where, call/group-call, chat/chatrooms, offline messaging, send photos/music/video, voice messaging.
Nimbuzz Mobile free to download and use. Nimbuzz will not charge or bill you for anything. However, since Nimbuzz uses your internet connection, incremental data charges from your provider will apply. It is, therefore strongly recommend to use the mobile client only with a flat-rate data plan or free Wifi connection.
Instead of calling minutes, Nimbuzz uses the internet to let you make free international calls to your buddies. You can also register your VoIP account to call your friends on landlines and mobile phones.
Locate your Friends
Share your location and retrieve the location of your buddies on a map. Great for arranging face to face meetings.
Make yourself heard: If your buddies are offline, let them know you’re trying to get in touch by sending them a “Buzz”. It will start Nimbuzz Mobile on their mobile phone.
Never lose your Contacts
Use the Phonebook to back up and restore your contacts. Contacts will be backed up online. Comes in handy when you have lost your mobile phone.
So, why not Download Nimbuzz for your phone!
After you’ve made a few @Nimbuzz buddies, and you don’t want to lose connection with ’em even after you stop using Nimbuzz on your phone, You can also download Nimbuzz for windows.
Biggest Drawbacks of Nimbuzz:
You must be wondering, when Nimbuzz is so useful and cool and all that, why isn’t it present in every Java-enabled phone? Okay, Now the bad news, Nimbuzz does a lot of data transfer(that means that if you aren’t usin’ some ‘Unlimited plan’, you’ll have to lighten your pocket much.
Now, the second negative point is the result of the first one, Because it transfers a lot of data, it consumes a lot of battery too(Well… I guess this is main the reason why it is not SO popular).
Did I miss something? Do tell me in comments! 🙂
(Image credits: nimbuzz.com)
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