Pidgin (formerly Gaim) is an all-in-one IM client that resembles AIM. Gaim lets you use AIM, ICQ, Yahoo, MSN, IRC, Jabber, Zephyr, and Gadu-Gadu all at once. It is not endorsed by or affiliated with AOL, Yahoo, or MSN.
- Removed protocols that were not being maintained: Facebook XMPP, MSN, MySpace, Mxit, and Yahoo!. These will show up as unknown in your account lists until you delete them
- AIM is not breaking, update to this version to keep it working
Reviewing 2.11.0 (Jun 21, 2016)
Its ok. But somewhat obsolete. Yahoo and MSN msgr are kaput. Nobody uses aim or icq. But if for some reason you have some msgr services that this includes, its not bad.
Reviewing 2.10.5 (Jul 6, 2012)
Pretty good. No adware here, simple interface, easy to use.
-1 because when I give anyone in my contact list nicknames, then next time I run the program, those names weren't saved... it reverts back to whatever it picks up.
Reviewing 2.10.3 (Mar 27, 2012)
Great messenger, the amounts of ads on MSN Live is getting stupid, using this is so much better. I also use the Unix version which works well.
Reviewing 2.10.0 (Aug 22, 2011)
Great IM no adds used it for years Is there a updated toaster that works with later builds
Reviewing 2.7.5 (Nov 2, 2010)
Totally legit yo. Installed this and I was achatting it up with my homies and hos and it was all funk. Try it out and get it on muchachos
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