AgileMobile.com has launched its next generation instant messaging service for mobile devices, Agile Messenger 3.0. The messaging client supports simultaneous connectivity with the public IM networks of ICQ, AIM, Yahoo!, MSN, QQ and Wireless Village, and features a more dynamic user interface and international patent-pending push-to-talk technology for mobile-to-mobile and mobile-PC multimedia communication.
The company says the Agile Messenger 3.0's new feature set was based on actual end-user feedback from of more than 400,000 registered worldwide users. Agile Messenger 3.0 is available as a free download from the company's website for a limited time.
Agile Messenger 3.0 provides a stable and reliable solution for instant messaging via mobile devices, where users can connect with multiple IM accounts simultaneously utilizing a single interface that runs in the background of their mobile device. New multimedia messaging capabilities allow content-rich communication between users, including voice and image, or short video messaging in phones equipped with cameras.
The new proprietary Push-to-Talk technology allows users to send voice messages from their mobile device which is received by their existing IM contacts on their mobile phones or PC. If a recipient is offline, the voice message is stored and can be retrieved the next time they sign in.
The new interface of Agile Messenger 3.0 includes a split-screen feature with separate tabs to view multiple conversations, full conversation history and support for emoticons. All conversations are supported with native language characters, using Unicode and BIG5 encoding.
Although the company says Agile Messenger 3.0 is available for all Symbian, Windows Mobile, Windows Mobile Smartphone, Palm, JAVA, Brew and WAP enabled devices, their website currently lists the new version only for the Symbian platform.