LiveProfile Multi Platform Messenger for Android
Are you looking for a good IM application for your Android device? XDA member R1lover found and shared LiveProfile, now starting the first beta version for Google´s operating system. Created with a very nice and friendly interface, this messenger will let you stay connected with friends in real time fast and simple, features like unlimited messaging, no restriction on character limits, and message delivered indicator can be seen on the application.
This free program will be available for iPhone and Blackberry as well.
Originally posted by R1lover
New App – Live Profile – Multi Platform Messenger
I found this app last week and have been very impressed with it, it’s currently in beta stage now on Android, and will support Android, Blackberry, & iPhone.
It works with a pin, has unlimited messaging, no restriction on character limits etc. You can use this as a stand alone app or as your sms text app as well.
It shows current status, message delivered indicator, message read indicator and more.
A very nice start to what looks to be a very promising app for all smart phones.
You can find more information in the application thread.
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