BeeJive multi-IM client for BlackBerry moves to 2.0

by Mike
Posted December 7th, 2009 at 8:53 am

beejive-logoFancy the BlackBerry do you? If you have any number of friends or colleagues that you converse with on a regular basis, you’ve no doubt encountered the various IM services that are available. Talking to individuals on all of those separate accounts used to be a chore — until multi-chat apps came along that is. BeeJive IM (formerly “JiveTalk”) is by far the best looking and performing multi-chat app for BlackBerry. Back in my BlackBerry days, I used BeeJive. It was fast, easy to use, and a lot more visually appealing than other BlackBerry chat apps at the time. Even till this day, BeeJive has a better fit and finish the most competitors.

Personal experience and jubilee aside, I’d like to announce to you that BeeJive has released BeeJive 2.0 RC 1. Now, if you’re not tech savvy or don’t know how to trouble shoot minor bugs, stay away from the RC 1 build. While slightly better than a beta in terms of stability and performance, it still isn’t the fully polished final model, ready for prime time. I guess if you’re interested in downloading BeeJive 2.0 RC 1 you’d probably like to know what’s new…

New Features

  • file transfers via link, you can now transfer files to buddies on all IM accounts.
  • email push when app running in background (see preferences in app).
  • send voice notes
  • send GPS location (if supported by phone)
  • new chat styles & background images
  • new buddy list layouts
  • improved battery life
  • overall UI redesign
  • facebook IM
  • various other bug fixes & enhancements

Get it while it’s hot!


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