BuddyMob being tweaked for better communication

Social networking mega-app BuddyMob is being tweaked to improve its performance on Android. Belgian-based Kiboo is enhancing and adding several BuddyMob features to improve the app that combines several socializing services into one.

BuddyMob works in concert with AIM, MSN Messenger, Gtalk, and Twitter. Users can instant message on several platforms, tweet, and take advantage of the app’s location features simultaneously. They are also used on an XMPP protocol, which allows BuddyMob to instantly push updates. Kiboo is adding automatic XMPP-to-HTTP protocol switching because some carriers block XMPP access.

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This entry was written by admin , posted on Monday March 30 2009at 11:03 am , filed under GPS / Galileo / Glonass, Wi-Fi, services and tagged , , . Bookmark the permalink . Post a comment below or leave a trackback: Trackback URL.

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