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The Icon Bar: News and features: Natter released

Natter released

Posted by Richard Goodwin on 10:24, 1/8/2002 | ,
Russ Palmer has just sent word that shareware multi-protocol instant messenger Natter has reached v1.0 and is available to download.

Natter supports MSN and ICQ, with support for multiple users, skins, chat, friends lists and so on. And it has a really pretty website. So go download today!
Link: Natter website

Screenshot of a beta
version of Natter.

  Natter released
  ad (14:17 1/8/2002)
Andrew Duffell Message #91203, posted by ad at 14:17, 1/8/2002

Posts: 3262
Hmmmmm.... constant messages saying you have not registered makes it hard to try before you buy :(

Also if you add a contact it disconnects from MSN :(

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