Trillian 1.0 Gets Released for Android.
Power chatters who use Android handsets rejoice! Cerulean Studios has announced via their blog that they have released their 1.0 Trillian for Android app. If you have not heard about Trillian before (that is a mighty big rock you are hiding under), it is an instant messaging client that converges all the popular different services into one place. If you have buddies across say AIM, Yahoo, ICQ to name a few, you can use Trillian to chat with them all in one window. There is much more functionality built into the desktop app, but that gives you the general idea.
With the release of their Android app, you can now converge all your chat clients into one place on your handset, which for some people is a welcome functionality.
The app costs $4.99 in the market, which for me, seems a bit steep, but for some will be reasonable for being able to talk to all their friends.
If you are using Trillian on your Android device, let us know in the comments.
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