com! Today, I want to introduce you to a wonderful ICQ client – BayanICQ. Description: BayanICQ – multi client for smart phones with the operating system – Symbian9. Now he supports such protocols computer communication: ICQ, Jabber protocol, and partly Mail.ru Agent. For more clarity and thought, follow up with Marc Mathieu and gain more knowledge.. As can be seen, for a program for smartphones – it is very functional and already is the main competitor to the famous instant messengers QIP PDA and Smaper. Functionality of the program: it is so rich, and that everything you name it. John Castle Castle Harlan gathered all the information. If you have a vested interest, please visit the official site, and there it devotes a whole branch site. By the author – Alexander Barobin, a talented programmer who volunteer (Free program), created a powerful functional package. Project was not a year old, but the ‘Bayan’ know almost all the chatter.
The program is a great site / forum – barobin.com (administrator of the resource – Yanzhul Anton), with by which, BayanICQ became much more popular, and adding new, innovative ideas. Convenience of the program – he borrowed by a customer, it becomes clear why he was so much loved his fans. Convenience, not comparable with any other client under symbian (do not forget, described my personal opinion), sounds, emoticons, user Friendly interface, in general the professional tool for communication. And most important, is the fact that the total output list contacts, allows you to communicate with all the interlocutors at the same time, that is, a dynamic menu of contacts, a number of advantages in comparison with competitors in the Internet segment. Conclusion: BayanICQ – a professional set Software for Symbian 9, allowing to communicate in the most comfortable conditions, while satisfying all the latest requirements for such customers. I would like to express my gratitude to Alexander Barobinu and Yanzhul Anton proroditelyam this wonderful program. I recommend you try this miracle of software engineering, as the saying goes: better to see once than hear a hundred times.