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AFKIM For those of us who enjoy a bit of instant messaging joy on the Sony PlayStation Portable, here's some very good news: homebrew developer Zx-81 has just updated Danzel's AFKIM, and in this version he's fixed quite the critical issue that was fortunately spotted by a certain LegolasFett
PSP Adhoc IM Homebrew coder qwikrazor87 has released a new update for PSP Adhoc IM, a handy adhoc chatting application for the PSP
PSPIRC IRC has always been a great way to communicate with friends, and with Zx-81's homebrew application that's based on Danzel's engine, PSPIRC, you can take the chatting experience with you - so long as you have your Sony PlayStation Portable in your pocket
PSPIRC Thanks to numerous contributions from other PSP homebrew developers, developer zx81 has stepped out with PSPIRC v1
PSPIRC Sony PlayStation Portable homebrew developer zx-81 just released another update to one of his many PSP homebrew applications, this time giving love to PSPIRC
Windows Live PSP Messenger - IFind has released Windows Live PSP Messenger for the PSP, heres the release details:Windows Live PSP MessengerWindows Live PSP Messenger is one of the best looking messenger applications available for the PSP
PSPIRC Heads up, Sony PlayStation Portable owners - the homebrew application that turns your gaming handheld into a portable IRC client, PSPIRC by homebrew developer zx-81, has just been updated, and we're here to give you all the details regarding its latest improvements
PSPIRC for PSP PSP homebrew developer zx-81 has just released new version of PSPIRC
PSPcc If you've ever wanted to chat on popular messaging clients with your PSP but haven't found the right software, this is for you
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