Gizmo-Free multi network instant messaging for the Treo, now you can instantly call and view your Gizmo Project, AIM, MSN, Yahoo, iChat and Jabber buddies on your Treo for Free
- Setup your work and personal accounts and switch between them with a touch of the screen.
- Receive an audio, vibration or visual alert anytime a buddy sends you an instant message. Supported on Palm OS 5
- Your Gizmo buddy information is with you whereever you go, you can call them at any time.
- Continue reading chat messages while offline and view all past chats in the message history.
Start Gizmo, continue to use other functions on your Treo, when you receive a new message you will get an audio, vibration or visual alert.
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Supported operating systems:
Palm OS 4.x, Palm OS 5.x
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