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Has anyone discovered any decent MSN clients for the iPhone?
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ditto for ipod touch??
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I've been using the beta at mobile.live.com
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As far as I know, there aren't any native MSN clients available for the iPhone. The two main clients, ApolloIM and MobileChat, only support the AIM and .Mac services.


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www.meebo.com

works great for aim, msn, and yahoo chats.



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I use beejive, not optimal but it works and allows you to logon to yahoo, aim, msn, etc.
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If we're talking about web based clients, then I also recommend Meebo and Jivetalk


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If we're talking about web based clients, then I also recommend Meebo and Jivetalk
That is what i've been using. The makes of Apollo are working on an MSN app for the iPhone.
should be out soon.

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Just tried out Beejive after a long time and I've gotta admit, it's come a long way since it was first released. I'm quite impressed.


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Beejive seems awesome. Nice find.
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Looks like your prayers have finally been answered. You can download it via Installer.app

Just tried it out. Looks very nice and polished.


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Just grabbed it. It's great
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Agile Mobile just released Agile Messenger for the iPhone, which supports MSN as well as AIM, Yahoo, ICQ and Google Talk



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I just got it 2 days ago and it works great
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Agile messenger works like a charm which has been released only for a few days.

Very user friendly without any noticeable bugs.

Personally, I have been using agile messenger on Windows Mobile for years and they have been doing a great job.

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How about an App for the Iphone 3G. I would love to have one that i don't have to have the internet open to do, but rather just have it connected. Anyone hear of such an app?
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