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Discussion in 'OS X and OS X Apps' started by macluvist, Sep 28, 2008.
Just a poll of how many of us actually uses iChat?
I do, for Gtalk
I have been a Mac user for 3 years already but I haven't used iChat
i signed up for aol instant messenger and its compatible with i chat. problem is only 2 of my friends use i chat too, so i end up using ym or skype
I don't have that many contacts in iChat, so I still revert to using Yahoo and Skype.
i use it when i want to communicate with my brother who lives in HK and my nephew who studies in an international school there.. No text messages for them.
i uses it to video conf with my cousins in the U.S.
i use ichat for three things:
1) video conference with my mac family when i am on the road;
2) as my jabber and gtalk client;
3) to send free chikka sms
Sorry, but how do you do that?
EDIT: No need to reply. Found the answer through search:
Anyway, thanks for the tip!
i very rarely use ichat, i have like, three friends on my list and we don't chat too often with ichat. i use Adium, and I use message styles and contact list skins to make it look like ichat.
I use it when I have to use screen sharing for my friend. I set up her Macbook's settings...
used it once when i was an intern.
the staff used it to send files to different computers
for chat/txting using gtalk/chikka...
I use iChat all the time. AIM seems to be the IM protocol of choice of my friends in the US. I've been using it since college when it was bundled with Netscape Communicator. But my friends & colleagues here in the Philippines tend to use YM. So I use iChat for AIM and YM for YM (duh).
I used to use Adium to cover both, but they haven't updated Adium to take advantage of YM's new voice & video services.
i do. but only with around 5-6 friends, 5 relatives or a total of 10-11 combined, hehe.
I tried once but stopped since no one among my friends use iChat. Now I use skype and MSN.
I use iChat a lot. I'm almost always there.
I used to, but not anymore...
I do, along with my block mates. We use it to share notes during class, especially when we're grilled for recitation.