Talkonaut Jabber Client Messenger
We have seen zero development on MSN messenger mobile, but some good alternatives to it are coming up, like Talkonaut presented by XDA member tighoor. This complete application for your Windows Mobile device will let you communicate trough almost any platform like MSN, GTalk, Jabber, ICQ, AIM and Yahoo networks for chatting and voice calling too. You can use VoIP over GPRS/EDGE, WIFI, or 3G to make calls or chat.
Application is not resolution specific and there is a version for Android available also.
Originally posted by tighoor
Last Update: 2010/June/23
Hi … i am from Developers of this Program…
Talkonaut is a messenger program for Windows mobile and other OS that you can join to jabber Chatrooms and use Google Talk, ICQ, MSN, AIM and Yahoo Client
For All Resolutions
Windows Mobile 5 / 6 / 6.5 / 6.5.3
GPRS / Wi-Fi or …
Talkonaut is available for many different mobile platforms:
Windows Mobile 5 / 6/ 6.5 / 6.5.3
Symbian S60 3rd | 2nd
J2ME with MIDP-2.0
You can find more information in the application thread.
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