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  1. Gavin Ding's Avatar
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    I didn't found Yahoo! Messenger App in the store.
    When? Who know?
    My first smartphone is Windows Phone.
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    I think people use, "IM Buddy" to access Yahoo Messenger
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  3. Gavin Ding's Avatar
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    Quote Originally Posted by palandri View Post
    I think people use, "IM Buddy" to access Yahoo Messenger
    However, there is a Yahoo! Messenger for iPhone or Android.
    My first smartphone is Windows Phone.
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    Yep, chicken and egg scenario. If more people would buy Windows Phones then developers would make more apps. I feel that the WP OS is worth not having a few niche apps.
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    Quote Originally Posted by slowtext View Post
    Yep, chicken and egg scenario. If more people would buy Windows Phones then developers would make more apps. I feel that the WP OS is worth not having a few niche apps.
    Yahoo is quite close with Microsoft, they could make a WP app in one week, a good Y!Msgr app for Windows Phone was "QuickYM", but it received a copyright infringement from Yahoo and they forced him to exclude the app in US and Canada.
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    Even Yahoo is getting rid of Messenger, so it won't matter for long
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    IM+ has Yahoo Messenger and others if you need that.
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    Yeah, I also use IM+. I was using it on Windows 8 for a while as well, but got sick of it and moved back to Trillian on my PC. The app on the desktop kept wanting to go to sleep mid-conversation, and I got tired of dealing with it.

    Really, Trillian is the IM client that we need on Windows Phone. It's like IM+ but better.

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