Cerulean Studios launches Trillian 3.1, the newest version of its all-in-one instant messaging client that works with the AOL, MSN, Yahoo, and ICQ public IM networks.
Cerulean Studios on Thursday launched Trillian 3.1, the newest version of its all-in-one instant messaging client that works with the AOL, MSN, Yahoo, and ICQ public IM networks.
The new edition runs faster, claims Cerulean, during such chores as rendering icons and start-up, adds an undo feature to the text-entry box, allows users to edit AOL Profiles in HTML, and guarantees that contacts from multiple accounts aren't accidentally merged.
Trillian comes in a for-free Basic edition and a $25 Pro version. The latter, which boasts sophisticated audio and video conferencing features, now also includes a new identities manager where users can set up and work with multiple identities for each public network.
The free and for-a-fee editions of Trillian 3.1 can be downloaded from the Cerulean Web site.
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