smoketetsuo: (G4 Cube Girl)
I saw the news about this today. It looks like they are making a version of the web version of Trillian called "Astra" for the iPhone. The screenshot they have so far looks pretty good although I hope they put in Buddy Icon ability. Also I would like it if you hit the home button that it could remain open in the background. You can't get instant messaging on the iPhone otherwise and this gives you multi-protocol instant messaging. This actually makes a bit more sense to me than running Astra on a regular desktop computer web browser. On that kind of system I'd rather run a native multi-protocol instant messaging client. On iPhone though there is no one and it looks like Trillian Astra integrates better on there taking on the look and feel of the iPhone.
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I saw the news about this today. It looks like they are making a version of the web version of Trillian called "Astra" for the iPhone. The screenshot they have so far looks pretty good although I hope they put in Buddy Icon ability. Also I would like it if you hit the home button that it could remain open in the background. You can't get instant messaging on the iPhone otherwise and this gives you multi-protocol instant messaging. This actually makes a bit more sense to me than running Astra on a regular desktop computer web browser. On that kind of system I'd rather run a native multi-protocol instant messaging client. On iPhone though there is no one and it looks like Trillian Astra integrates better on there taking on the look and feel of the iPhone.
smoketetsuo: (G4 Cube Girl)
I saw the news about this today. It looks like they are making a version of the web version of Trillian called "Astra" for the iPhone. The screenshot they have so far looks pretty good although I hope they put in Buddy Icon ability. Also I would like it if you hit the home button that it could remain open in the background. You can't get instant messaging on the iPhone otherwise and this gives you multi-protocol instant messaging. This actually makes a bit more sense to me than running Astra on a regular desktop computer web browser. On that kind of system I'd rather run a native multi-protocol instant messaging client. On iPhone though there is no one and it looks like Trillian Astra integrates better on there taking on the look and feel of the iPhone.

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