Archive for ‘iPod Touch’ Category

Nimbuzz push notification update

August 10th, 2009


YOU asked we listened! [download Nimbuzz for iPhone]

While the next BIG update for Nimbuzz for iPhone is still in the works, we decided to release a smaller, but very useful update for all our users.

The badge push notification feature is available on the iPhone. Now if you will close Nimbuzz on your iPhone and select to remain online via the push notification, whenever you will receive an chat message a badge will appear on your screen telling you the name of the person and the beginning of the message.

There are times when I receive a new message but I don’t know from who it is, and to be honest I don’t want to open the application in the middle of the movie or a game just to read some random message. That’s why I love this new update, now I can choose when to reply and when to continue to watch the movie !

If you want to connect with us you can find us here: Twitter, Facebook and Blog!

Thanks for your feedback and enjoy the new feature!

Nimbuzz loves Apple – NEW Mac and iPhone!

July 16th, 2009


Yes, we do and many iPhone users love Nimbuzz too!

That is why today we are launching  Nimbuzz Apple suite, which brings Nimbuzz to your Mac [download Nimbuzz for Mac] and iPhone [download Nimbuzz for iPhone], matching the familiar design and UI style of Apple products you are used to, and unique features you haven’t seen!

Check out all the features in the video below and get more details after the jump:


Bridging the 3G VoIP gap on the iPhone: instant messaging and VoIP deluxe

March 20th, 2009

We have just released our new iPhone version of Nimbuzz to bridge the 3G VoIP gap, and also turn the iPod Touch into an iPhone.

With free Wi-Fi calls to instant messaging buddies already available, we have added a full dial-pad, and the ability to make VoIP calls to landlines and mobile phones at significantly reduced rates with NimbuzzOut, and via our 10 VoIP partners including Gizmo5, Vyke, sipgate and A1.

Turn your iPod Touch into an iPhone! Make calls over Wi-Fi via NimbuzzOut or via your VoIP provider. You can even see the available NimbuzzOut credit you have directly on the dial pad! Just use the Apple headset with a microphone.

If Wi-Fi is unavailable you can make VoIP calls to Nimbuzz buddies using Nimbuzz Dial-Up VoIP in over 50 countries.

Dial-Up VoIP? What this means is that Nimbuzz dials a local access number that connects to anywhere in the world via Nimbuzz VoIP servers. So you can call your Nimbuzz buddies anywhere for the same cost of a domestic call :-)<!–[if gte vml 1]&gt; &lt;![endif]–><!–[if !vml]–><!–[endif]–>

P.S.: We are experimenting with Twitter, and you can post to Twitter via the Personal Message feature! Try it. Your comments are always welcome, so please feel free to give feedback.


Nimbuzz in the News – iPhone app

March 14th, 2009

Thank you for giving us such great feedback lately, especially about our iPhone app! We’ve listed our favorites to keep you up to date…

MobileWhack says that our “landscape mode makes [it] a better VoIP/Instant Messenger solution.”

Chatting with Yahoo Messenger text IMs on iPod Touch – that worked flawlessly – impressed iPod Touch Tricks.

Bandwidth Blog appreciates that Nimbuzz has shown some Apple love to come up with an iPod Touch compatible version.