Posts Tagged ‘jmsn’

MSN Talk Updates with Group chat

March 15, 2010 10 comments

I’m very happy to announce that MSN Talk 1.65 now fully support Group chat feature.


  • Group chat support.
  • Showing Contact card on chat window is now default option. Of course, you can toggle it off to show more lines at once.
  • Can invite other online contacts into current chat session.
  • In contact list, you can view specified contact’s info via context menu. ‘View contact info’, or just tap contact card’s photo image to view the contact’s info.
  • Monitor network state changing to reconnect to have better connectivity among WiFi, 2G and 3G networks.


  • Finally, connection drop bug is fixed!
  • Finally, auto reconnecting feature works very well.
  • Hold the device power not to loose connection. so it will require your device to consume more battery power when you are signed in.
  • Some force close bugs were fixed.



MSN Talk 1.55 Update

March 13, 2010 6 comments


  • New name! MSN Talk.
  • In Landscape mode, UI Layout was changed to show more buddies as below
  • Better connectivity.
  • Print login process in the title line.
  • Can keep Wi-Fi even in phone sleeping. (can be set in Setting)


  • Some force closing bugs were fixed.
  • Auto reconnecting feature is improved.


  1. Customizable colors in Chat windows.
  2. Support Group Chat.
  3. Support Nudge.
  4. Support URL link in Chat windows.
  5. Chat Logs (View, Export to SD Card)


  • Stability
  • Better Connectivity in 2G, 3G


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JMSN 1.43 Update news

March 9, 2010 Leave a comment

Hi everyone,

I am happy to announce a new minor update version of JMSN for Android.


  • Auto connect was not work pretty often. Now it works very well!
  • Support Android 1.5 such as HTC Hero, Acer netbook, etc.
  • Some force close bugs were fixed.
  • Text focus lost  when you type character over than 1 line. fixed.


  • Emoticons had drawn as low quality. Now it has better quality even when you change font size using volume keys.
  • Icons have appropriate sizes on Android 1.5 devices. HTC Hero, etc.
  • Not reconnect when you are sign in other computer.


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Let me introduce myself.

March 5, 2010 11 comments

My name is JMSN for Android. I was born to serve MSN Messenger to Android users. Look around my features.

Invisible Login

You can sign in your password with invisible status.


You can use 40 emoticons such as :), :$, :@.

Display Picture

You can set your display picture (aka. avatar) in JMSN. Select ‘Change Picture’ in menu or just Touch your default profile image (upper left corner), and you can select your favorite photo in the media gallery. Then, JMSN will automatically resize your photo to fit your network volume. and send that to your all contacts.

Of course, you can show your contacts’ display pictures. If you connected to MSN network via WIFI, all pictures will be automatically downloaded and displayed on the buddy list screen. and will update when contacts change their photo.

Be careful. If you are in 2G or 3G network, you may not want to download display picture, and don’t want to send your display picture to your friends. In Settings, Pictures on 2G, 3G option will help you to prevent swallow your traffics.  This option value is off in default.

Swipe among chats

When you chat with 2 or more friends, it is very boring job to change windows. Touch a menu..and touch a friend you want to chat.. No more! just swipe chat window. toward left, and right. It is very easy than Alt+Tab 🙂

Block and Super-Block

Of course, you can block a contact in context menu. but think about you want to block all of your coworkers. and the number of coworkers is 30. Block them all with 30 operations? ridiculous. In JMSN, just select a group you want to block, and choose Block all in this group. that’s all!


I will have more features such as Viewing Chat histories, Viewing Multiple Buddy List views, Export Chat Logs to SD card or your Google Docs, Enhanced Chat Windows..  etc.

I have to consider user experience as well as performance. As a result, feature updates would not be so fast. be patience!

Any suggestion? Let me know what you think.

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