Group Instant Messengers (GIM’s) that allow you to connect to Instant Messenger have seized attention because they make it possible to connect to those networks and chat from computers where it is not possible to install Instant Messenger software.
Meebo was one of the first Group Instant Messengers and Koolim is a comparable service may just overtake the former.
Popular web services like Meebo get blocked from school, university and work networks quite frequently and it is always nice to have an ace – Koolim – in your sleeve. Koolim should work even if the computer you are working with is protected by a firewall. (Do I hear hackers, porn surfers and time wasters rejoicing?)
Koolim Web Messenger supports the major Instant Messenger networks: AIM, MSN, Yahoo, Google Talk and ICQ plus several lesser known networks such as Jabber, X-Fire and Gadu-Gadu.
Every user has the option to either log into any of the IM networks by entering his username and password or by signing up to Koolim and handling matters from the inside. How’s that for ultra convenience and ease of use?
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