Trillian

Trillian



4.5 stars

Editor's Rating

4(9)

User Rating

66

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universal messenger Trillian is a multi-network messenger that enables you to chat onGoogle Talk, Facebook, MSN, AIM, ICQ, Yahoo!, and more, and manage your Email, Facebook, and Twitter account - all from within a single application. The program also lets you connect to multiple IM and social networks at the same time, managing contacts and real time status feeds efficiently. Copyright Snapfiles.com

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Product Details

PublisherCerulean StudiosPrice Free
Version6.0.0.61  historyLast updatedJul 25, 2017
File Size19.1 Mb RequirementsNone

User Reviews

5 stars66%6
4 stars22%2
3 stars0%0
2 stars11%1
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Based on 9 reviews

Latest user reviews:

Was easier earlier2 starsby hrwasp Aug 28, 2011 (Read all my 48 reviews)
The earlier version of Trillian were great. A straight forward multi IM client with a single login. Now, they are trying to add way too much in this little package. With all the multiple IM clients out there, there are many others that are a lot simpler and without all the fluff. showReview details
Long-term customer - high marks!5 starsby Tristan Nov 08, 2009 (Read all my 5 reviews)
I've been using Trillian for a long time, and it's an excellent product. What I like most is the ability to communicate with everyone I know across a diverse array of messenger services, without having to run 7 different programs. That means my machine can run more efficient, and I can communicate more productively. If they ported Trillian to Linux, I'd ditch Pidgin in a heartbeat. I prefer Trillian's interface. showReview details
Multi IM coverage4 starsby Rustyboy Jan 13, 2009 (Read all my 33 reviews)
Trillian (no ads!) covers a wide range of IM services and is easy to use and skinnable. It doesn't do webcam unless you upgrade, but when you want webcam you can always fire up one of those other adware messengers for a session. The other downside for the free version is that it doesn't merge users, so you have Fred@MSN and Fred@Yahoo showing up, not just one Fred. Oh, did I mention that there weren't any ads? :-) showReview details
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