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I know there is not a iChat available yet for the iPhone, But while on c|net I did find a story on a chat service for the iPhone

ebuddy.com
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I know there is not a iChat available yet for the iPhone, But while on c|net I did find a story on a chat service for the iPhone

ebuddy.com

... what a stupid post.
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... what a stupid post.

im sorry but how is this a stupid post? All the OP did was inform people of an im client for the iphone
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im sorry but how is this a stupid post? All the OP did was inform people of an im client for the iphone

it's not for the iphone. it's for all mobile devices. you can use it on the psp, a regular phone, the iphone. anything cellular or portable device that uses a mobile browser basically. and it's very old news.
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it's not for the iphone. it's for all mobile devices. you can use it on the psp, a regular phone, the iphone. anything cellular or portable device that uses a mobile browser basically. and it's very old news.

Actually, this version seems to be optimized for iPhone
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Actually, this version seems to be optimized for iPhone

it isn't. it's ebuddy.com. it fits to the size of your mobile devices screen. it automatically detects that you're using a mobile device and adjusts it's settings to whatever screen width you have and what not. old news.


edit: here ya go buddy http://www.ebuddy.com/mobileinternet/
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post #7 of 11
just to be more clear this is what it looks like on my psp






ps: the psp is kick ass. has wi-fi with a browser, has games, plays video, has pictures, customiseable. the only thing that sucks is the size the weight and the face that sometimes it can't handle big webpages cause there's not enough memory D:
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post #8 of 11
how do i scroll down on the iphone on ebuddy?
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Originally Posted by Rich-Myster View Post

and it's very old news.

Just because it is old news doesn't mean everyone has heard of it. So like, go fly a kite or something, unless you're trying to hit some kind of post count
post #10 of 11
I use the Java eBuddy on my 2.5G phone (SE W810i) and it's the best IM client out there for non-smartphones. Unfortunately, the iPhone doesn't run Java, and you're stuck with the web app, which is much slower, can't connect all your messenger services at the same time and uses more data bandwidth.

Despite the availability of web apps for the iPhone, they are not the ideal solution.

I really wish Apple would either open up the API or have some sort of (protected?) J2ME implementation.
post #11 of 11
I actually didn't know this...thank you for your post.
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