eBuddy downloaded 1 million times from Nokia's Ovi Store in 3 months

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Web and mobile instant messaging (IM) aggregator service provider eBuddy, based in Amsterdam, has announced that its Mobile Messenger app has zoomed past one million downloads in less than three months on Nokia’s Ovi Store.

The app has been downloaded by users in more than 203 countries, the company adds – a testament to the global footprint of Nokia.

The app has garnered over 930 reviews on the Ovi Store and a 4/5 star rating. Alternatives on Nokia’s Ovi Store include Nimbuzz and fring.

That said, eBuddy is easily one of the most popular mobile instant messaging applications in the world – it enables millions of users around the world to chat for free in one, aggregated interface across all major IM networks including AIM, Facebook Chat, Google Talk, Hyves, ICQ, MySpace, Windows Live Messenger and Yahoo! Messenger.

In total, eBuddy’s mobile applications have been downloaded over 75 million times, and more than 15 million unique mobile users access eBuddy every month, sending over 7.5 billion messages.

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