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eBuddy XMS Adds Group Messaging & Support for OS 4.6+

eBuddy Group Messaging

eBuddy launched last year and has survived in the very crowded cross platform messenger app category. Now the free real time messaging app has added group messaging.They have also extended support for OS 4.6+ which is nice for users still on those devices.

Check out eBuddy free in App World if you were looking for another cross platform messenger with groups support.

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  1. eBuddy is a battery sucking beast…. This app was LONG over do… And now I’m just kinda like ‘meh’…. It’s super basic and rather primitive and as ‘plain’ as this app is, the way it sucks your battery in a single bound makes you expect all sorts of features that simple you won’t find…. Just not impressed with this msger at all…

    • Hi,

      my name is Aleksandra and I work for eBuddy.

      I’d like to help you with your battery draining issue. Can you please tell me what is your OS and if you use BIS services?

      We use push notifications and therefore you should not experience any battery draining issues.

      Looking forward to hearing from you.

  2. On the contrary, it works like BlackBerry Messenger now and it works in the background without any major impact on the battery. As a matter of fact, it has delivery and read confirmation, picture sending and it works on iOS and Android as well. So far it’s better than Viber unless the later improves and adds the voice capability which they claim is coming soon.

  3. How does this app works? Does it use Internet connection or the network service provider?

    • Hi Mica,

      thanks for asking.

      Indeed, the app requires data connection. if you have unlimited data plan, using XMS is completely free.

      eBuddy XMS Team

  4. I’m trying to set up a new account for eBuddy XMS on my android 4.0 phone. The app is trying to send a verification SMS to my phone to enable it to be set up. It is taking forever to send the verification code to my phone number, and as a result, I cannot use the app. Any way to fix this.

  5. C17BF808 my xms pin

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