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Fim – Facebook Chat for WP7
XDA member blutz presents this simple Facebook application for your Windows Phone 7. Fim is a chat app that will let you instant message with your online Facebook friends. Fim has been present since WM platform and had a great welcome amongst members. The developer states that on future version of the app, you can expect more features to be added. There is no need to go to a third party to subscribe so the use is very basic and simple.
You can find it for free on the marketplace.
Originally posted by blutz
Name: Fim (Facebook Instant Messenger)
Fim is a Facebook chat application for Windows Phone 7 that gives you a simple way to instant message with your online Facebook friends.
The first version is very basic, but more in-app facebook features will come in later versions, those of you who knows Fim from the previous versions of windows mobile probably knows what to expect.
Fim does not require 3rd party registration or 3rd party access to your data.
questions / comments / bug reports are welcome.
* please post on this thread, and not on a private message
* report any error messages you got from the software
* when reporting first check if your question haven’t been asked or your bug haven’t been reported yet.
* make sure you have installed the latest FIM version available on the market place
* don’t forget to mention your type of device, os/rom version and type of internet connection used.
You can find more information in the application thread.
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