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BeejiveIM for BlackBerry updates to version 2.0 and goes on sale

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BeejiveIM has gone version 2.0, offering a ton of IM services in a single client. The supports IM services such as Facebook Chat, GoogleTalk, AIM/iChat/MobileMe, MSN/Windows Live, Yahoo!, MySpace, ICQ, and Jabber.

BeejiveIM also features:

  • Clickable Twitter usernames: Click on a Twitter username in a chat to launch Twitter.
  • Voice notes: Instantly record and send voice messages to your IM contacts.
  • GPS location: Send your current GPS location with a link to Google Maps.
  • More chat styles: Customize your chat styles and colors and set different backgrounds and wallpapers.
  • File transfers with all IM services: Easily send, receive, and review file attachments, and see previews of images right inside your chat.
  • Push notifications: Whether running in the foreground or the background, BeejiveIM will always notify you of new instant messages.
  • Improved battery life.
  • Group chats: Chat with groups of contacts on AIM, Yahoo, MSN and Jabber.
  • UI Customization: Customize your buddy lists, chat layouts, bubble styles, and more.
  • Logging: View your chat history, and email yourself logs of your past chats.
  • Buddy Icons: Show icons for all contacts in your buddy list.
  • Clickable Hyperlinks: Click on real hyperlinks in chats, allowing you to browse, call, tweet, email, text, or PIN message directly from a chat screen.

BeejiveIM 2.0 is now available for $9.95 for a device license and $14.95 for user license. This price represents a sale of 50% off that is valid until January 1st 2010. Not sure if you want to buy? They have a 30-day free trial.

File transfer on JiveTalk

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BeeJiveFor anyone using this great little meta-chat client, BeeJive is working on a file transfer system, available for preview over here. Right now, it’s only supporting microSD-installed 8100, 8300 and 8800 BlackBerrys, but “JiveTalk also has plans to release their popular software to other devices like Windows Mobile, Symbian UIQ, and have whispered that they’re actively looking at supporting the Apple iPhone.” BGR has some screens of the new software, so go take a look.