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Meebo for Android has just been launched

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Meebo for Android has just been launchedHaving an application compatible with the iPhone or the Android handsets has become every company’s most powerful dream. You have to run on Android to exist, you just have to! To prove my point, I’ll tell you that another Web-based Instant Messaging service, Meebo, is now available for Google’s Android platform, thanks to a Meebo for Android application.

Therefore, Meebo, the Web’s live communication platform, announced the launch of Meebo for Android, an instant messaging application that brings free and open communication to T-Mobile G1, the world’s first Android-powered mobile phone. Meebo for Android provides a simple “on the go” instant messaging experience for anyone with a Meebo account, or an account on one of the popular IM services, like Yahoo! Messenger, MSN Messenger, Google Talk, AIM and so on. The application will be available as a download through the phone via the Android Market.

Meebo for Android includes: access to all of your IM accounts through a single login and single buddy list, a fun and simple IM experience that’s similar to using meebo.com on your PC and real-time notifications, meaning that alerts of new IMs are pushed to the status bar even when Meebo runs in the background.

“We are excited to provide Meebo users and Android enthusiasts with a new way to connect live with their friends”, said Seth Sternberg, founder and CEO, Meebo. “Enabling access to Meebo on the go means that more and more people will think ‘Meebo’ for open communications whether they are at their home, work, school or none of the above!”.

The T-Mobile G1 is the world’s first Android-based mobile phone, which combines full touchscreen functionality and a QWERTY keyboard with a mobile Web experience. With a fun and intuitive user interface and one-touch access to Google Search, the T-Mobile G1 is also the first phone to provide access to Android Market, where customers can find and download unique applications to expand and personalize their phone.

To get Meebo for Android, just go to the AndroidMarket via your handset, search for “Meebo” and download the application.

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