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Google has kept their mouths tightly shut this time round for their next update for Android (codenamed “Eclair”, version number 2.0). But this hasn’t stopped the BGR guys from having a good look at what the new update will be like and what benefits Android users will soon be able to see. The Boy Genius Report got their hands on a Moto Sholes running 2.0, see a nice list of highlights on the new functions you’d expect to see in Android 2.0 below…

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palringoPalringo has launched its free multi-service IM application on the Android Market. Using Palringo, Android users can chat to their friends on Google Talk, MSN, Facebook, Yahoo! Messenger, AIM, iChat, QQ and other popular messaging services and social networks. Palringo also enables Android owners to send photo messages to their friends in just two clicks (check out the video below).

Android users can share their location with friends on Palringo: buddies can see each others’ location and proximity (distance away) alongside their status in the Palringo contact list. Users may also view a map showing the whereabouts of all of their contacts who have chosen to share their location. Using Palringo’s Group capability, people can chat with all of their friends at the same time. Groups also offer the opportunity to meet new people who share similar interests.

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Instant messaging has always been popular for the iPhone. Just recently, the popular all-in-one instant messaging app – Beejive updated to 2.0 with some new exciting features. Like before the update, Beejive has always allowed users to connect with many different IM services including AIM, Google Talk, ICQ, Jabber, MSN / Live, Myspace IM and Yahoo messenger.

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