AndChat Brings Tablet-Friendly IRC Access to Honeycomb
Just a month ago, there was a serious scarcity in applications specifically designed to play nicely with Google’s latest offering. Luckily for us, much progress has been made including a new application aimed at pleasing the IRC junkies out there. With AndChat by XDA forum member zer0day, your Honeycomb-based tablet can peruse all of your favorite networks and channels in fragment-friendly style.
I’m the developer of AndChat and am working on getting AndChat optimized for Honeycomb. I’m looking for users willing to download the beta and give feedback for things like UI issues, Honeycomb specific bugs, crashes, etc.
To get a dose of IRC on your Honeycomb device, be sure to continue on to the application thread and download the beta. Be sure to leave some feedback in order to help the developer make AndChat as good as it can be!
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