Mig33, a popular social networking and cross platform chat client, has announced the launch of its first ever application for Android based devices.
Earlier, the application had a limited functionality beta version on the Android store. Based on the feedback received by the users Mig33 has released the new application, which is now called the mig33 V2.0.
It is a mobile internet based cross platform chat community, available across the globe. The idea behind the launch of mig33 was to reduce the cost of making calls and messaging while keeping in touch with your near and dear ones. Mig33 uses mobile internet to transmit data to other devices running the same application free of cost or at a marginal cost to devices which do not have this application.
The new mig33 v2.0 application has a list of upgrades over its predecessor. Firstly, the whole interface of the application has been tweaked for faster performance along with that the user interface has been simplified as requested by the users of the beta application.
A scrolling message bar, called the snippet bar, has been added to the application that notifies the user about new and unread messages and chats. The new application also has the active chat feature which brings all the chats at a common place. So now users can connect to their chat buddies across various chat platforms using a single chat client.
The mig33 application is available on Android, java and almost all popular smartphone and feature phone platforms. Users can also access the mi33 services directly from the internet as well using the online version of the same application.