Flory Messenger for Windows Phone 7
XDA member lekki told us about this IM client for Windows Phone 7. Flory Messenger appears as a great alternative for this new operating system, by now only found in German but eventually will come in other languages as well. It features support for Google Talk, has push notifications and a live tile, allowing you to be signed in and receive messages in the background, in the next update support will include Facebook too. The original site states that all of your messages are secured and 256 bit encrypted.
You can find it for free on the market.
Originally posted by lekki
It’s in German, but it’s awesome. It’s Flory!!
We can finally Gtalk while we WP7 thanks to Flory in the marketplace.
Unfortunately, it’s in German.
Fortunately, it’s just a matter of inputting username and password and being on your way.
Check it out!!
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