Fring, the mobile IM & VoIP service has added Yahoo and AIM instant messenger support. Fring already supports Skype, Google Talk, MSN, ICQ, and Twitter. Yahoo! & AIM are currently available for Symbian and UIQ handsets, even though voice calls are not yet enabled.
In other developments, Fring folks informed me that WISPr, a software that allowed you to roam across WiFi networks now works on UIQ handsets. WISPr till recently worked only on Symbian handsets.
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I just check out the website and i can say this is a brilliant idea,usable and sociable fring..
Hey Om, WISPr is a protocol (actually, in recommendation status, not even an RFC yet), not a software. It basically defines a set of procedures for smartclient logon without using a HTML landing page.
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I’m using minifring on my sonyK660i. how to use my Yahoo Messanger chat? and I can not see a newly added skype contact.