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Chatting Made Easy: Digsby

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By Tridiv Sinha, New Delhi

There used to be days when people used one messenger to chat with strangers, friends and family online. Online chatting became one of the most popular Internet activities for young and old alike, especially youngsters trying to make online friends instead of social friends.

The business of chatting has evolved since then. We have many messengers; call it the chatting software, having features of their own. One can send free text messages to any cell phone; enjoy music while chatting with inbuilt radio stations and send files to friends. The existing service providers are so popular that new ones have little or no share of the pie.

But now we have chatting software which supports almost all the popular messenger services at the same time. Digsby.com is one such software to connect to multiple chatting services at the same time.

Using Digsby, one can use 7 Instant Message services at the same time, get updates on 4-social networking sites and 5 email ID’s including POP mails.

This software caters to the three giants of chatting – Yahoo, MSN and Google talk in India. It also covers ICQ, Jabber and Facebook messenger. Just register free on Digsby and add your required IM’s to the software, login with the Digsby ID and password and get connected to all the IM’s at the same time and get updates on your favorite social networking sites and email id’s.

You can also email your friends from the software with no need to login to your email accounts in a separate browser. If you don’t want to install software as it is in Digsby, you can login to meebo.com and use multiple chatting clients at the same time.

Life has become so simple, why waste time? Use Digsby.


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