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Nimbuzz Launches Free iPhone iPod Touch VoIP and Chat App

November 26th, 2008 Leave a comment Go to comments

Here’s an interesting press release, we haven’t tested so no comments or review yet.



Brings free IM buddy calling, landscape mode chat, and massive instant messaging and social network support to iPhone and iPod touch

26 November 08 – Rotterdam – Nimbuzz (www.nimbuzz.com), the most comprehensive mobile Instant Messaging, (geo) presence and VoIP provider launches into the Apple iPhone App Store. The free application lets users call, chat and message, for free, with their friends on virtually all major instant messaging communities and social networks, including Skype, Yahoo! Messenger, Facebook, MySpace, AIM, Windows Live Messenger, Google Talk, ICQ, Jabber, and more.

Specifically for the needs of iPhone users, this will be the first complete messaging product available with landscape mode chat, IM buddy calling (including Yahoo!), and regional social network support – and it is free.

Users turn the product on its side to use a wide keyboard for fast and easy typing. Furthermore, Nimbuzz is the first product to offer IM buddy calling over Wifi to Yahoo! Messenger as well as Google Talk, Skype, and Windows Live Messenger.

Nimbuzz supports chat for local social networks, such as StudiVZ, the biggest German speaking social network, Hyves for The Netherlands, and Gadu-Gadu in Poland.

Nimbuzz is a lifestyle application, designed to meet any communication need and is the only chat application to offer landscape chat and IM buddy calling. The centralized contact list aggregates contacts of the most popular social and IM networks, and offers superior VoIP call quality over Wifi.

Other key updates include Personal Message allowing users to broadcast real-time status updates to all contacts, presence information to see who is online and where, and emoticons for additional expression.

Nimbuzz currently grows at over 10,000 new users per day, with over 10 Million logins per day, and we are happy to welcome iPhone and iPod users to the community.


Check out the Nimbuzz site and the Nimbuzz blog for more info.

  1. December 1st, 2008 at 03:50 | #1

    It look that VOIP companies like Nimbuzz blow up with free services like IM buddy calling.
    I wonder if in a long term this will take over paid calling. I think big Tele & social companies should watch this development. Free calling bring opportunities for advertisers.

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