July 1, 2009

Vic Mahfood


COST: Free
DESCRIPTION: Lifestyle, Messaging, Native, Social Networking
..RELEASED: 6/28/09, VERSION: 1.0 -- RATING:  3-1/2 Stars.. 

Push notification has really made a huge difference in how we stay connected to friends and family. You will never have to keep checking your messaging or chat apps again, or wonder which friend's juicy details you may have missed. With eBuddy, you are connected to several social networking sites such as MSN, AIM, Yahoo, ICQ, Gtalk and Facebook. You will always be alerted to incoming messages. Other cool features include: display of pictures, personal messages and status, emoticons and buzzers, sound and vibrations, buddy-list management and so much more. This is a simple, easy to navigate app, and it's free! eBuddy is your all-in-one social networking app!

"eBuddy gives you the best chat experience with speed, reliability and great features. You have one buddy list for MSN, Yahoo, AIM, ICQ, Gtalk and Facebook. Features include: stay online when you exit the app, get push notification for incoming messages when you exit the app, reconnect automatically if connection is lost, get offline messages after reconnecting, get new message and chat alerts in the chat screen, easily switch between chats by swiping screens, and shake your iPhone or iPod Touch to send a buzzer."

--Note:  This app requires OS 3.0 or later. It is S 3.0 Tested. Rated 4+.
--Tip: Landscape Mode will be forthcoming in an update.
--Languages: English, Chinese, Danish, Dutch, Persian, Portuguese, Romanian, Slovenian, Spanish, Swedish, Thai, Turkish
--Developer: eBuddy

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--Tech Jargon:
ransom note - A string of letters or numbers that dynamically appears on some Web pages, ransom notes require that you type this sequence of characters exactly as they appear into a form field below the image in order to gain access to another Web page. The reason ransom notes exist is because some search engines and Web sites have become abused by bots and automated services, so they employ ransom notes to ensure that an actual human is accessing or requesting this information. Often seen on link submission pages, this type of submission process has been designed to prevent people from being able to make automated submissions. Ransom notes generally resemble the image as seen here, and are accompanied by an instruction such as "Enter the Following Code to View More Results" at which point you must enter the code in order to advance to subsequent pages.

--SMS Acronyms: GJP - Good Job Partner

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