The popular all-in-one instant messaging app ‘eBuddy’ has made its way over to the Android OS. The app is now available for free in the Android Market. So what’s the point of loading up eBuddy on your Android device? Well, it acts as an aggregator, allowing you to login to your MSN, Yahoo!, AIM, ICQ, GTalk and Facebook accounts all at the same time. Log in, and you’ll have one single buddy list that clearly displays all of your friends from within multiple accounts. Very handy. The Android version of eBuddy also lets you set your status and personal message to alert your friends to your current status. Emoticons and buzzers are also available for chat purposes.
The only downside to eBuddy at this point is their lack of Skype support. If Skype was supported, it would be an instant download for me. As it stands, not quite so instant for me, but heck… it’s still a very solid app with lots to offer.
For more information you can hit up eBuddy or look for it in the Android Marketplace.