I find iChat to be a lot better than Fire or AIM itself. Ease of use (drag and drop files) and all that makes it the best one out there. And I have used AIM for a long time. There isn't anything (other than that little idle bug) that the others do that iChat doesn't. Heck, I don't think Fire.app supports file-transfer. And I know AIM doesn't have voice on OSX. (not saying iChat does either, just wondering why you would say that those are better)<br><br><br>[color:red]Don't make me open this on you!</font color=red><br>
Are you serious??? AIM has voice, video, file-transfer, multiple away messages, stock ticker, news ticker, e-mail check and a host of other features...<br><br>While I think AIM has more to offer, that doesn't mean I like it. I never liked those "combo" apps that do more than one thing... I have an e-mail program, I have a web browser for news & stocks, so I don't need all that crap. Voice & Video would be nice in iChat, but it's probably a novelty I would grow tired of quickly.<br><br><br>Visit me here!
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MacGizmo, are you saying that the newest AIM for OSX supports voice and video?? Since when?? I know the OS9 version had voice, but no video. <br><br><br>[color:red]Don't make me open this on you!</font color=red><br>
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