Yesterday a Fring for iPhone was pre-released. It brought VoIP over WiFi and IM functionality to stylish and power Apple’s smartphone. Now all iPhone owners will be able to use Skype, MSN, Google Talk, ICQ, Twitter, Yahoo! & AIM ob their devices.
I use Fring on my Nokia E65 a few months. It’s really nice and useful. Sure, there is a native Gizmo application for S60. But Fring offers much more features.
[via Zatz Not Funny!]
Gizmo Project, a Skype competitor, announced a support AIM, Yahoo! and MSN. Now you can chat or talk with your buddies just adding them into your Gizmo contact list. Simple instruction can be found by typing “Help” in the chat window or online.
Gizmo Project is available for Internet Tablet Nokia770/N800 and it’s used for LJ Talk. Advantage of Gizmo Project is that it’s based on open protocol Jabber but Skype uses its own proprietary protocol.
The builders of Gizmo Project have just unveiled Gizmo Call, which allows you to make phone calls from your browser, using a Flash-based mini-app. You get five minutes a day of free calls to any phone line, along with unlimited free calls to users of Google Talk, Windows Live, Gizmo Project and any other SIP service.