We ever shared about Yahoo Messenger for Android (including Yahoo Messenger for Motorola Droid and also Yahoo Messenger for Nexus One). Though it is unofficial client aka 3rd party mobile client that developed by someone “out site” yahoo inc. Today, we noticed that Yahoo has officially released the version of Mobile Application for Yahoo Messenger / Yahoo Messenger Mobile Client for Android Mobile OS (YM for Android Mobile). You can read the official blog about this news at here. Of course all Android Mobile Phone including Google Nexus One, Motorola Droid, HTC Incredible, the HTC Desire, Droid Incredible, EVO 4G, XPERIA X10, HTC Legend and others that used Android 2.0 or higher version such as Android 2.2 Froyo or Android 2.1 supported by this Yahoo Messenger App Client. It should be also works on Android Gingerbread 2.3 or even in Android for Tablet 3.0 aka Android Honeycomb.
Features in Yahoo Messenger for Android
Yahoo Messenger for Android has many features such as: Message with friend through IM, Friends Status Update and also personal status update, Offline Online Available Invisible Status, Multi Tasking with App in the backgroung, Push Notification, Emoticons (including the hidden emoticon of Yahoo Messenger), Photos sharing, Chat with MSN or WLM friends, Send SMS via SMS text message (only available in some country: Canada, Indonesia, India, Kuwait, Malaysia, Philippines, Pakistan, Thailand, United States and Vietnam)
Download Yahoo Messenger for Android
You can download Yahoo! Messenger App for Android at Android Market or at the link below:
License: It seems that this App for Android Mobile Phone can be categorized as freeware. Free to download and used without any money needed. Though it could be a adware, if had an advertisement in there (not sure enough about this though)
Scan with Android Bar Code
You can also use this barcode below to obtain Yahoo Features: Search, Messenger or Mail.
Image n Article Original Source: ymessengerblog.com (official blog of YM)
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