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#1 2008-04-02 09:23:16
Windows Mobile
mjhubbard
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I just downloaded digsby and I am already impressed.  It surpasses trillian in my opinion, and you have to pay for the full version of that. The only way I can think of to improve upon it would be to include a windows mobile 5.0 and 6.0 version.  This would be great so that you can get the same portibility between your comuter and cell that you get between computers.  What do you think?


also, on a side note, one thing that would be nice would be an option for a default status to log into.  I prefer to log into aim as invisible first, so that i can see who is on and such, before I let others see that I am online.  It would be nice to beable to set a default status to log into.



#2 2008-04-02 19:32:55
Re: Windows Mobile
Parth
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You could just set your status and then press connect for your AIM account in the list at the bottom of the contact list. It's what I do, but sometimes Digsby keeps saying that I cannot send messages while I'm offline.. and so I'm like wtf?



#3 2008-08-14 02:39:25
Re: Windows Mobile
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yea... sorta a combo between palringo, and an email client wouldnt be needed, but soical networking would be awesome....
plus windows mobile today access
possibly a java program like gmail's for normal phones...
a look into blackberry wouldn't be bad
I am a programmer, but not that great, plus i dont want to break any laws... but i could reverse engineer the programs i just named, but it would take me a while, because i am a perfectionist

aim has a mobile account in beta now



#4 2008-08-14 09:26:03
Re: Windows Mobile
mike
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cross posting is lamesauce



#5 2008-08-16 01:02:52
Re: Windows Mobile
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o and how else do you get enough people behind an idea? you let people know about it, its how a campaign is run, and i didnt go out of the way and post in everything, just on the few threads that people might be interested in.

and "lamesauce" who says that... thats just childish, try and be a bit more professional if you want people to take you seriously

most likely thats why you are still a developer checking the forums, and not actually doing anything of real value, now go run along and play mario cart by yourself, while i go and make money, date, and enjoy all of the things that you never got in high school


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#6 2008-08-16 03:28:20
Re: Windows Mobile
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dabozz88 wrote:

o and how else do you get enough people behind an idea? you let people know about it, its how a campaign is run, and i didnt go out of the way and post in everything, just on the few threads that people might be interested in.

and "lamesauce" who says that... thats just childish, try and be a bit more professional if you want people to take you seriously

most likely thats why you are still a developer checking the forums, and not actually doing anything of real value, now go run along and play mario cart by yourself, while i go and make money, date, and enjoy all of the things that you never got in high school

lol, and who is childish now^^



#7 2008-08-16 12:20:22
Re: Windows Mobile
mike
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You don't need to copy & paste the same post in three different threads on the same website. You can link directly to another post if you think it's appropriate for the discussion in another thread. Additionally there is the wishlist where you can vote instead of adding 'me too!' comments. It's linked in 100% of the threads I've posted in, and quite a few more that I haven't.

And when you do cross-post like that, it makes me not take you seriously; hence the non-serious response. Also, your most recent post didn't help your case very much. I think hurr1can3 will agree with me on that.



#8 2008-08-16 12:39:11
Re: Windows Mobile
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mike wrote:

I think hurr1can3 will agree with me on that.

lol, yeah


but back to topic:

Will you implement a windows mobile version in far future?



#9 2008-08-16 13:47:21
Re: Windows Mobile
mike
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key word: far



#10 2009-02-10 09:37:26
Re: Windows Mobile
eia
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Approved on the wishlist, http://digsbies.org/site/content/wishli … ows-mobile

Go vote smile




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#11 2009-02-11 15:03:43
Re: Windows Mobile
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mike wrote:

key word: far

Far is a relative term.

Far like next Tuesday or far like when we invent technology to travel faster than the speed of light? wink

That said, I would love a version of Digsby for WM.  Right now I'm using beejive, and it's fine, but it's no Digsby.

I guess what I'm saying is, hop to.  If I don't get results, I'm going to demand my money back.


tongue



#12 2009-11-14 16:51:56
Re: Windows Mobile
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Still hoping for Digsby for Windows Mobile! I'm hoping that Steve drops his Blackberry and picks up a TouchPro2 so he can bring Digsby with him to Windows Mobile World.



#13 2012-09-08 18:06:50
Re: Windows Mobile
iamwarpath
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IF there was an always on mobile Digsby App, you guys would easily take over the Messaging Hub.



#14 2012-12-24 17:42:57
Re: Windows Mobile
iamwarpath
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No updates for WP7, WP8, or even Windows RT?



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