January 9, 2010 | by Andrew Kameka
There’s been quite a bit of communication news from Android at CES, and Nimbuzz is a contributor to that gathering storm. Nimbuzz is a calling and chat application that lets users place calls or chat with friends for free. Facebook, MySpace, Skype, MSN, Yahoo, ICQ, AIM, Google Talk and more are supported by this app. It has functioning for VoIP calling and surprisingly includes that ability to transfer files between users.
Below is a brief product demo of Nimbuzz, which has a very good-looking interface, as seen on the Nexus One. It’s also snappy (I’m assuming that’s also courtesy of the N1) and ranks among the best user experiences of Nimbuzz’s many platforms.