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IM, Social Networks & Email in one?

May - 4 - 2008
Nicole C. Engard

So, now that I’ve gotten used to my Mac and love the tools I’m using I find Digsby.

  • One combined buddy list for all your AIM, MSN, Yahoo, ICQ, Google Talk, Jabber, and Facebook Chat Accounts.
  • Manage your Hotmail, Gmail, Yahoo Mail, AOL/AIM Mail, IMAP, and POP accounts right from digsby.
  • Stay up to date with everything happening on your Facebook, Twitter, or MySpace account (other network support coming soon).
  • Customize digsby with application skins to give it a personal look and feel.
  • Digsby offers complete synchronization between computers and installations. Everything from the skin you chose to your pre-defined status messages follows you from place to place.

Is anyone else using this instead of Adium? Or is anyone using this at all? What do you think?

6 Responses so far.

  1. Paul R Pival says:

    I’m using Digsby on the work machine, but am waiting patiently for the Mac version – I get confused each time I re-read the post – surely you haven’t scored a beta on the Mac version of Digsby, have you? Both Digsby and Trillian are promising OSX versions someday…

  2. Nicole says:

    Paul, I saw a download link for Mac when I clicked on Download … plus the screenshots are all Mac – did I misunderstand?

  3. Nicole says:

    Bugger! Just clicked the download link and saw that it’s not ready yet :( Guess it doesn’t matter what people think.

  4. Michael says:

    I love that you said bugger. This looks really cool–I’m going to try it out right now!

  5. Nicole says:

    Michael, I spent a year in England – some of it has stuck with me :)

  6. Jocelyn Shaw says:

    I LOVE Digsby. I have it on both my home computers and my work laptop.

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