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Here are five online instant messaging services you can use to chat with friends and family.
You can download and use the app as long as you have a Yahoo ID.
Like Google, a Yahoo ID will also provide you with an @yahoo email address, along with access to some of the company’s other services.
It debuted in 1998 as Yahoo Pager but quickly rebranded to its current name in 1999.
Given Yahoo’s ongoing security issues, you might want to think twice about signing up if you’re not already a member.
In 2016, it looked like the service might be coming to an end; Yahoo closed its Windows, Mac, Linux, and Solaris clients.
The app reached its zenith in 2001 when it boasted more than 100 million users. ICQ is available on Windows, Mac, Linux, Android, i OS, and via a web portal.
Pidgin takes a leaf out of e Buddy’s book – it aggregates chat services from multiple third-party clients into a single easy-to-use interface.
The free-to-use app is available on Windows, Mac, and Linux. Nimbuzz is best described as “Whats App meets ICQ.” The app has all the instant messaging features you would expect to see, but there are a couple that really stand out. It has perhaps the broadest selection of apps out of all the services on this list. Short for “Nimbuzz World,” the service lets you collect or purchase an array of virtual items like gifts, avatars, virtual chat buddies, and games. This separates it from some of the other apps on the list.