Nimbuzz says goodbye to AIM, ICQ, Myspace and Hyves

Yes, it’s true. ICQ, AIM, Myspace and Hyves will no longer be accessible via Nimbuzz starting today. Why? These networks were the least used networks on Nimbuzz, which can be rightly attributed to the evolution of the chat ecosystem in the world.  This has been really tough decision for us but we had to take this call so that we can focus more of the Networks, which you guys really look forward to like Facebook Chat, Yahoo, MSN, and Gtalk.

We have been really thankful to you guys for connecting to these networks via Nimbuzz.

But the show must go on …

So here is what we are doing to make things even better for you:

  • We’re offering you a 10% bonus credit to use on NimbuzzOut starting from Today. That’s 10% extra on top of the credits you want to purchase. To access the 10% bonus credit, go to and once logged-in, use this code EXTRA10FEB (valid until end of February 2012).
  • NimbuzzOut now lets you call mobile phones and landlines in 45 countries for only 2 cents per minute!
  • NimbuzzOut is supported on all Symbian 60 devices, all iPhone / iPod Touch, and all of the Android handsets
  • You can also access NimbuzzOut from your Desktop and Mac

So no matter whom you need to reach or how you need to reach them, you can do it with Nimbuzz.

Please let us know in the comment section below.

137 Responses to “Nimbuzz says goodbye to AIM, ICQ, Myspace and Hyves”

  1. No more ICQ? But MSN and Yahoo? So I have no more reasons to use nimbuzz on my phone. :-( For all other things I have whatsapp.

    Ma-Cell February 23rd, 2012
  2. It was getting kinda obvious. Giving support to near dead network isn’t really something most people would genuinly appreciate.

    S2 Korpio February 23rd, 2012
  3. will you develop a nimbuzz client for the nokia N9 ?

    myname24 February 23rd, 2012
  4. I guess there will be an update on the way for this new change

    Bluesky February 23rd, 2012
  5. good decision, ofcourse survey might have done seriously

    samad February 23rd, 2012
  6. I have contacts in USA and they prefer AIM. I need AIM feature. It’s actually a stupid decision. It means I have to use PC all the time or look for another alternative.

    Tanim February 23rd, 2012
  7. I think one day we’ll hear goodbye to Y!, Gtalk &…

    Arash February 23rd, 2012
  8. i like nimbuzz,,,

    rene February 23rd, 2012
  9. @tanim
    we understand your point of view, but from now on it won’t be possible to use AIM via Nimbuzz.

    queralt escrich February 23rd, 2012
  10. @Bluesky
    Yes, the new updates will no longer include the icons from those IM communities.

    queralt escrich February 23rd, 2012
  11. @myname24
    We do not have plans to develop a Meego client in the near future.

    queralt escrich February 23rd, 2012
  12. thank you?

    rene February 23rd, 2012
  13. not login in android LG KP 500.why?

    maswin February 23rd, 2012
  14. Hi why the blackberyy app his no support for room chat :(

    yousef February 23rd, 2012
  15. Nimbuzz needs to say “hi” to MeeGo

    Diogo February 23rd, 2012
  16. Waiting for the day Skype will be available on Nimbuzz as all other major chat groups and Twitter are already thaere

    Mian February 23rd, 2012
  17. Is there Nimbuzz in Tibetan or will it be later?

    ipaldan February 23rd, 2012
  18. block flood,it can be possible only if u apply verrified cell number rule on numbuzz accounts..maximum 2 or 3 accounts on 1 cell number , to get access to chatrooms and increase banlist limit..2000 isnt enuf cos full banlist making chatroom stuck :)and set limit on password try…so password crackers wont work anymore…

    amaan February 23rd, 2012
  19. How Ridiculous!

    The only reason I chose Nimbuzz is that I was able link in AIM, as the AOL AIM app is really unstable & couldn’t link in all messenger accounts. Unfortunately AOL AIM is my work’s recommended messenger app.

    Time to switch to something else.

    Bye Bye Nimbuzz. It was brief.

    A-M L February 23rd, 2012
  20. And what about new networks? I am particulary interested in and Skype IM.

    Amo February 23rd, 2012
  21. Nimbuzz grew by supporting these networks.. Now they have their own userbase they’re trying to sell their NimbuzzOut credits. No wonder they pissed off Skype.. What a shame..

    I rather have an app will all possible (even rural) services instead of an app which lost their roots..

    John February 23rd, 2012
  22. 2 me its ok.thanks.

    furee February 23rd, 2012
  23. bold decision, but goodbye to nimbuzzzzz…. Luvd it

    geo February 23rd, 2012
  24. Goodbye Nimbuzz.

    I am from Germany, started to use it 2.5 years ago when I got internet-flatrate for my mobile. You could do everything important with it: SchülerVZ (a then very sucessful social network among German students), Skype, ICQ, MSN, Yahoo, Facebook

    There are only 2 networks left I use (I stopped using Yahoo Messenger a long time ago, cause nobody had it anymore)

    Just don’t mess with your customers too much.



    letterkerl February 23rd, 2012
  25. please can we now include skype, since the junks are out.

    ken February 23rd, 2012
  26. plz include Skype asap. . .
    Also we need more then one Facebook accounts to add in nimbuzz. . . Plzzzzzz update asap!

    Salman February 23rd, 2012
  27. goodbye nimbuzz :P

    scrat February 23rd, 2012
  28. I am so sorry to AIM, ICQ, and My space

    Tajudeen February 23rd, 2012
  29. I’m really disappointed to see the loss of AIM support as the reason I used Nimbuzz was because it allowed me to connect all my accounts into one program. With the loss of AIM support though my reason for using Nimbuzz is now gone. I’m going to be deleting Nimbuzz off my phone.

    Michael February 23rd, 2012
  30. I am very sad of ICQ, this is very bad for me. Many users will be search another aplication. Missing Skype, missing ICQ :-(

    Mjoeln February 23rd, 2012
    Thanks to Nimbuzz team
    Navid from Karachi, Pakistan

    Navid Aslam February 23rd, 2012
  32. In Russia ICQ is very popular and is almost the first place. Disabling ICQ, many stop using Nimbuzz in Russia. And he liked us so …

    Vadim February 23rd, 2012
  33. Times are changing, look the ICQs, Hyves and the other two were hot networks at one time but now they are getting cold, who knows tomorrow it might be facebook’s turn to face the axe. I say lets loose the baggage.

    Ray February 23rd, 2012
  34. No more Skype, no more ICQ, I guess it’s time for IM+ as they seem to be able to do the job? Soon Nimbuzz will just be another VoIP app I guess and you can only message/call Nimbuzz users like the Vonage app.

    Such a shame, been using Nimbuzz for years but I guess it’s time to move on.

    Bye bye February 23rd, 2012
  35. Says goodbye Nimbuzz!

    re February 23rd, 2012
  36. yah, i agree adt tat, we need skype, now most peoples r using skype,

    rusdhy February 23rd, 2012
  37. Hi,ya its seems the decision went as bad luck for some of people.anyway i didn’t use those much.but i feel nimbuzz will be great if skype chat (no need call service) would be added again.
    (could you tell me please skype server address and port number to do chat via xmpp)
    >jabber/xmpp option also you can added as if anyone can use any site’s chat via configuring xmpp server.
    >and fix some of issue as like we face difficulty to chat in facebook.sometimes text not showing to other when anyone put text to other.and java version sometime don’t work good in some of phone.and new version 1.9.5 takes much data (sent/recieved) but 1.9.2 version make it lighter and effective.please think about deeply and take proper action.

    Nipoon07 February 24th, 2012
  38. Personally, I’m a bit annoyed. Nimbuzz was a nice swiss army knife of chatter. Not everyone wants to change chat systems every couple of years. Nimbuzz says goodbye to AIM and I say goodbye to NImbuzz.

    WDP February 24th, 2012
  39. Why dont you develop Nimbuzz for windows phone, the only thing missing on windows phone is a sip client, ninbuzz have it

    Gustavo Puente February 24th, 2012
  40. will u also say goodbye to yahoo msn or gtalk i think most us nowadays uses facebook chat most than the others…

    dinesh man February 24th, 2012
  41. Its better if you could make the video call support for the symbian belle and to begin the symbian future with nimbuzz :)

    sivaram February 24th, 2012
  42. @maswin
    which exact issue do you face when trying to login to Nimbuzz?
    Have you tried to use the same credentials to login to another Nimbuzz client? did then work?
    Let us know!
    Chatrooms are just supported on Nimbuzz Mobile for Symbian and Java devices. we do not have plans to implement it in other platforms in the near future.
    We no longer support Skype, you can find more info about it here:
    We currently do not have plans to translate Nimbuzz into Tibetan.
    Yes, our team is working in order to improve the moderating tools on chatrooms.
    @A-M L
    We understand your concern, unfortunately we do not have plans to enable AUM back.
    we no longer support Skype, you cna find more info about it here:
    Regarding we do not have plans to add it in the near future.

    queralt escrich February 24th, 2012
  43. @letterkerl @Michael @Mjoeln @Vadim
    We understand your concern, however the decision has been made and we will no longer support those communities.
    @ken @Salman
    We no longer support Skype, you can find more information about it here:


    queralt escrich February 24th, 2012
  44. @Nipoon07
    Sorry, we no longer support XMPP and we cannot provide you Skype server’s info.
    Sorry to hear that, we will continue working in order to provide a good service.
    @Gustavo Puente
    We no longer support WM devices, and we do not have plans to develop Windows Phone OS for the moment.
    @dinesh man
    We do not have plans to remove those communities.
    We aim to support video calling in more platforms in the future, stay tuned to our Blog, we will announce it here as soon as it is available.

    queralt escrich February 24th, 2012
  45. hy u making nimbuzz bad and bad day by day .. plzz do something good by adding skype in nimbuzz again …
    and other very bad think is that the add’s coming in nimbuzz free version ..

    show much goo on but with something goood not with bad thinks ..

    whitehawk February 24th, 2012
  46. queralt escrich; bad desicion imo. You automatically kicked off lots of your fans. I loved NB for its ability to provide calls, icq and other clients in one app. I invited to nimbuzz so many ppl and now they are contacting me and asking – hey, what’s wrong with your favorite app? Bad bad bad.

    Toreador February 24th, 2012
  47. well, time to say goodbye to what was the best app i’ve ever had on my phone. this was a hugely poor decision on your behalf and i’m sure your users (myself included) would have preferred some kind of diplomatic poll to see which chat services were most frequently used. can’t believe you simply removed them with no prior warning. rude and unprofessional in my opinion.

    jay February 24th, 2012
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  49. Good morning everyone!
    Nimbuzz is actually a very good software, much better than fring own which I used before, but I believe that Nimbuzz is losing many customers to the system Palringo. My question is as follows:
    Is Nimbuzz no intention to create a system of Push to Talk? This seriously good addition to surely win many customers who are now using Skype and Palringo.
    Is a tip.

    Marcel February 24th, 2012
  50. Good Decision. now when u launch desktop messenger & video chat (mobile to mobile).

    Muhammad Irfan Khan February 24th, 2012
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  52. @whitehawk @Toreador @jay
    As mentioned previously we will not enable Skype back, and regarding the communities switched off this week it has been a difficult decision but necessary in order to provide more focus on other features of our app.
    Thanks for your understanding.

    queralt escrich February 24th, 2012
  53. I had Nimbuzz on my Nokia 6110 Navigator, on my 5800 XM and on my 701.

    I remember the best times when Nimbuzz was the only mobile client to support Gadu Gadu. But then you removed it…

    I remember the good times when it was the best IM for Symbian with ICQ. But now you removed it…

    And from now I will remember Nimbuzz as a client that was good, but made worse and worse by the developers with deleting more and more services.

    Nimbuzz was an oldrounder. One app for a dozen of services, where all your friends were in one app on one screen. Like Jan Ole Suhr is doing this in his Gravity Twitter-client by implementing more and more clients better and better, like now YouTube…

    But now there’s no reason why I should Nimbuzz anymore. MSN is nearly dead, Yahoo is dead since years and for chatting via Facebook I’m using a Facebook-client.

    So I thank you for all you did and I wish you a good and successful future, but without me. And a thousand other ex-Nimbuzz-users…

    schumi1331 February 24th, 2012
  54. @moderator: Sorry, wanted to write ‘Nimbuzz was an allrounder’, not ‘Nimbuzz was an oldrounder’. Hope you can fix that :)

    schumi1331 February 24th, 2012
  55. please make it the best really with Skype.

    minadk February 24th, 2012
  56. So then good bye Nimbuzz. Really support for ICQ took so many resources?

    Peter February 24th, 2012
  57. Maybe it´s a good decision, but the only reason I chose Nimbuzz is that I was able link in AIM. Chatroom allow in my work. Bye, bye Nimbuzz!

    soul February 24th, 2012
  58. wow really?!? only reason i had NIMBUZZ was for AIM!, now i have no other app i can use on my phone for this, not satisfied at all! seriously disappointed!

    lAdiiS February 24th, 2012
  59. Yup, pretty disappointed – I will be moving to IM+ (which does not hold a candle to the Nimbuzz interface by the way).

    Understandable though, if AIM was used very little overall then why would you want to through money away to continue supporting it.

    Striped13ball February 24th, 2012
  60. Hey, is there any chance of getting GOOGLE+ too on nimbuzz in future ?? :D

    Austin Martin February 25th, 2012
  61. I am a business person and i have 2 fb acc and is there anyway 4 u it include mre than 1 fb a/c

    Ren February 25th, 2012
  62. I hope that change te view and make a MeeGo version, N9 is very popular here (Brazil).

    Diogo February 25th, 2012
  63. @escrich: thanks for the reply and also can you please tell me that could you please convert nimbuzz for symbian belle into a qml version…!
    Thanks :)

    sivaram February 25th, 2012
  64. Dear Nimbuzz team,

    Consider this as a your obituary or a kind advice from one of your loyal admirers, whatever you want. To tell you the truth, the main reason why most mobile user took to Nimbuzz was the fact that Nimbuzz brought in access to so many of the major networks & communities even in some of the most basic platforms like Java phones! But unfortunately, your think tank couldn’t understood this simple fact about market dynamics even after being so wise. Or maybe you people have a different plan altogether? But make no mistake, none of the other facilities provided by you made what you are today. There are plenty of better desktop clients for all platform as well as IP calling apps. freely available in the web. And your rates for calling mobiles/phones is also not the most competitive! So, by deleting those very important services like ICQ/AIM/Myspace and terming them “Obsolete”, you started nailing your own coffin! Do realize this as soon as possible for your own good to exist in the market, or in a few months, you would be doomed! Besides, who are you to judge whether networks like ICQ/AIM are far less used? Go to Russia and try to find how many people even heard of G-talk there, with ICQ being the single most popular client for year! Or in the USA where many people relies on AIM more than anything else. Instant Messaging for most busy people is nothing like shifting to newer platforms when the other is getting older with the invent of newest ones! It’s simply not possible to inform and add people every now and then, in modern day when there are so many worries and things to take care of. So, with the deletion of AIM/ICQ/My Space I am also deleting you from my systems. And please people tell us which other client is still continuing to provide us flawless access to most of the major communities in Java as well as Symbian and Android phones?

    Thanking you for your service
    Good Bye!!

    Neil February 25th, 2012
  65. Thats a good decision i think.
    Nimbuzz should really focus on making their app more stable on qualities were great when it worked but i was so fed up with its too many force closesthat i ripped the official rom and installed a custom rom to be able to use the native Gtalk with voice and Force closes anymore and clear audio video. hope someday i can get back to nimbuzz without the old problems.

    Nimbuzz User February 25th, 2012
  66. Aim is used my many and so it would be better to retain the same… It would be an added advantage if you guys could have qq messenger in Nimbuzz… Tensent provides only a Chinese version as mobile application so far.. I think no other of your competitors have qq in their list…

    Good luck.

    ashrith February 25th, 2012
  67. Consider me another displeased customer. I bought the ad-free version because it was the best experience for combining my AIM and Yahoo accounts. I don’t use any social networking, so Facebook is worthless to me, and I’m closing my Google account soon so GTalk is also pointless. Nimbuzz has now been reduced to a Yahoo client for me. Thankfully I only paid 3 dollars, but I never expected the app to be gutted the way it has. I have no intention of using the VoIP parts of Nimbuzz, or buying credits. This move will only alienate customers and prevent your userbase from expanding.

    I may just switch to Android after I get more cash and use a more functional application. I urge you guys to reconsider.

    sporkbox February 25th, 2012
  68. Well thats the point where I have to uninstall the best ICQ Client from my iPhone. Bye Bye Nimbuzz, hello IM+ -.-

    Benba February 26th, 2012
  69. Add the option to block the contact, because there are many people that is troubling and function block contact could help prevent nuisances.

    Eugenio Ribes February 26th, 2012
  70. that’s very good decision, I appreciate your effort to make your services better for these 5 hot places. Nimbuzz should focus on these 5 hot places, Facebook, Twitter, GTalk, Yahoo and MSN. Nimbuzz you need not to be worried about, you will not lose users because I understand it well that this is just blackmailing dialogue ‘goodbye nimbuzz’ the people who are saying that will never leave nimbuzz because they are using it more than one community. Moreover I bid it to say that the person who once uses nimbuzz, he can never leave or forget nimbuzz because all of us know that nimbuzz is best mobile client, it’s services, design, outlook, chat room design etc etc are the best n lovable so if the nimbuzz craze users like me have to use nimbuzz just for chatting with nimbuzz friends then we must use it. But please don’t remove even a one community from these Facebook, Twitter, GTalk, Yahoo and MSN because it will lose your market value. Moreover the hot apps such as Ebuddy and Mozat are also providing these 5 services, Facebook, Twitter, GTalk, Yahoo and MSN. Now-a-days Mozat is getting rapid popularity because they are providing a good plateform for Faceboo, Twitter, GTalk, Yahoo and MSN but personally I prefer Nimbuzz. Here’s one request that please add Skype to make your services more effective. Best of luck for providing best services on these 5 hot places, Facebook, Twitter, GTalk, Yahoo and MSN.

    Mr. Chips February 26th, 2012
  71. Yea, well done Nimbuzz. AOL, ICQ & Hyves are bogus social networks, big up for takin’ this step! Cheerio!

    Hyzebrattic February 26th, 2012
  72. Its may b gd.Plz add SKYPE

    Masood February 26th, 2012
  73. you have noting to lose, Nimbuzz inc.. just you add the AIM community, n its very large people use that in nimbuzz

    Johanutm February 27th, 2012
  74. Please add Facebook offline chat support! thanks!

    Sam February 27th, 2012
  75. @Austin Martin
    Could you be more specific? How would you like to see Google+ implemented on Nimbuzz?
    Let us know and we will consider it.
    We currently only support the registration of one account per protocol.
    Our Team is studying the possibility of adding this in the future.
    Sorry, we do not have plans to convert the Symbian version to QT in the near future.
    we understand your concern and your point of view, however we have based this decision on global numbers and not just an specific country where one community is more popular than others.
    We want to use this opportunity to focus as well on Nimbuzz itself rather than low profile communities.
    Thanks for your understanding.
    Thanks for your comment, we do not have plans to add QQ as a supported community.
    @Eugenio Ribes
    Thanks for your suggestion, we plan to add this feature in future releases.

    queralt escrich February 27th, 2012
  76. @Sam
    Currently is not possible to chat with contacts who are offline on Facebook, not even on Facebook itself.
    @Mr. Chips
    Thanks for your support and understanding.
    Kind Regards

    queralt escrich February 27th, 2012
  77. it’s so disappointed..
    nimbuzz is not getting better but it’s worse..

    ablue February 27th, 2012
  78. I don’t care about this issue.
    please add Skype plus chat rooms to android version,am using LG GT540 optimus.

    master mind February 27th, 2012
  79. @mastermind
    Please read previous comments, adding Skype is no longer possible.
    We do not have plans to add Chatrooms on Android in the near future.

    queralt escrich February 27th, 2012
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  81. Well, then try to add other social networking sites, like “” :)

    Austin Martin February 27th, 2012
  82. Really? AIM is a least used network? Almost every single business contact I have uses AIM, and it’s their preferred channel of communication instead of e-mail.

    Goodbye, nimbuzz.

    Chris February 28th, 2012
  83. Thank you,good bye Nimbuzz!

    Luke February 28th, 2012
  84. Well…there is no reason to use nimbuzz again. It’s main feature was that it supported a lot of protocols, even rare ones. ICQ still big in Russia, Italy and CIS countries, AIM is also big in some countries…And for msn and facebook there are other, more specialized messengers. I supoose that it is bad, not caring about customers decision and nimbuzz will get big drop of users because of it.

    Lost-11 February 28th, 2012
  85. Finally i found out why is icq not working.. Last time they stop ICQ i had to use different im, but when they got it back i returned…
    So long nimbuz.(And thanks for all the fish).

    jiri February 28th, 2012
  86. How Ridiculous!
    The only reason I chose Nimbuzz is that I was able link in AIM.
    I need aim nimbuzz atleast fr next few months…u should keep an choice while downloading if people want some accounts let dem get those…

    sonam February 29th, 2012
  87. good decision.

    piotrrr March 2nd, 2012
  88. icq is over

    piotrrr March 2nd, 2012
  89. try jabber!!

    piotrrr March 2nd, 2012
  90. ..with nimbuzz of course

    piotrrr March 2nd, 2012
  91. very sad that remove icq!
    And why a blog not kept in Russian in 2011

    0407sw1979 March 2nd, 2012
  92. ICQ is the only IM protocol my best friends use, other ICQ clients for Symbian suck, very sad!!!

    SadOne March 2nd, 2012
  93. u mad?
    still using ICQ for Chat more than everything else.

    right, for -Chat-
    if i want to write someone over Facebook i just go to the page with Opera and write a mail. more practical, less battery consumption.

    without ICQ thats not a real “Multi Messenger” anymore
    sorry but… hello, eBuddy

    TC March 3rd, 2012
  94. i love this

    ibrahimyahkub March 4th, 2012
  95. i just love how people keep on sayin’ goodbye nimbuzz thinking they could make a change or something. Stop f’ing moaning , nobody cares. Nimbuzz had all the numbers and statistical data to know how much a network was used. Nimbuzz took into consideration that it may loose it’s aim, icq users after the drop… So really nobody will cry if some of you will stop using nimbuzz.

    dan March 4th, 2012
  96. so… i give bye bye to nimbuzz….

    legnaw March 4th, 2012
  97. warum keine unterstützung mehr für icq und aim?

    da werde ich mich wohl (oder übel) nach einer anderen muliti-messenger-lösung umsehen müssen – leider :-(

    bernd March 4th, 2012
  98. @bernd
    As mentioned on the post above we no longer support this community.

    queralt escrich March 5th, 2012
  99. good decesion

    akhtar March 5th, 2012
  100. I need only İCQ!!! I wont use nimbuzz anymore.

    Mert March 6th, 2012
  101. good for its unique feature of it shareing multi apps in one

    saber ali March 7th, 2012
  102. No ICQ, good-bye NIMBUZZ!

    forest March 10th, 2012
  103. Nimbuzz is very good but there is one problem. There is no chat rooms for smart fone users soo plz do some thing for chat

    fiaz March 11th, 2012
  104. consider that this is, in my opinion, the worst evolution of an application i’ve ever seen. I used it for years with icq, aim, skype, myspace, google and in the end with fb. now consider that my phone is with android. so I’ll have to install the fb chat and i’ll have all the services nimbuzz provides for me. what a pity! now I have say goodbye to nimbuzz with tears in my eyes ( ;-) ) because now this application became totaly senseless for me. was a great time with you. thank you for this. i’ll make a new registration when it is useful again, when it is an allrounder again.

    good bye

    Kurt Miles March 11th, 2012
  105. I could understand ICQ & Myspace, But to keep Yahoo chat? and MSN over AIM? Not liking that move at all.

    koolio March 11th, 2012
  106. Good to hear :P

    Chatoo0TK March 12th, 2012
  107. @fiaz
    Chatrooms are available on Nimbuzz Mobile for Symbian and Java devices.
    We do not plan to add them in other platforms in the near future.

    queralt escrich March 12th, 2012
  108. ok

    Si Metropanzer March 18th, 2012
  109. Very less persentage using the deleted networks throgh nimbuzz hence we are sure that this will not affect the nimbuzz great popularity,

    Saleem March 22nd, 2012
  110. bad decision. I used Nimbuzz as the best ICQ IM. Bye bye Nimbuzz

    neomek March 24th, 2012
  111. hi,we need nimbuzz for n9,make it for meego please,i missed it realy

    hishyar March 25th, 2012
  112. I use AIM at my office and was very happy to connect fb & AIM through Nimbuz……
    I dnt knw abt ur reasons to remove AIM from nibuz but due to ur this decision i m very unhappy & hopeless coz i was really used to nimbuz n liked it very much but its like half part of nimbuz is gone for me…. its better i use fb chat instead of Nimbuz…..

    Maddy March 25th, 2012
  113. This is an outrage. How could you cut AIM off the list??? AIM still has more users worldwide than any other messaging service, comparable to MSN. PUT AIM BACK IMMEDIATELY YOU IDIOTS.

    Anonymous March 26th, 2012
  114. @hishyar
    Thanks for your interest, however we do not have plans to develop a Maemo compatible version in the near future

    queralt escrich March 29th, 2012
  115. A shame, I liked how nimbuzz consolidated all my online IDs into one, now its useless :(

    danny March 29th, 2012
  116. What a downer, I have been using Nimbuzz for some years now but as time has gone by with the loss of skype and now aim icq and yahoo it has become pointless. I now use an N900 which has all chat clients integrated into its contacts but my family are all on android, symbian S60 or windows mobile 6.5 So unfortunately its goodbye to Nimbuzz and hello to IM+ it may only support text but it has everything else, including skype (in the premium version) and has working versions for all the phones I need.. Thanks for the ride nimbuzz but you just dont cut it anymore, the app maybe nice to look at but functionality and compatability have reduced with time and the bloat of the app has gone up.. byeeee

    Jay April 2nd, 2012
  117. i love nimbuzz

    padam singh bist April 2nd, 2012
  118. @Jay
    We do not have plans to develop a version for Maemo/MeeGo devices in the near future.

    queralt escrich April 3rd, 2012
  119. No ICQ and AIM makes Nimbuzz unattractive for me as most my contacts are in these two communities.

    I like Nimbuzz a lot but regrettably, I will have to use something else now.

    Still, thanks for the service over the past two years, I hope the decisions taken will help improve Nimbuzz!

    Keule April 4th, 2012
  120. No more ICQ means – Bye bye Nimbuzz!

    Zeb! April 12th, 2012
  121. queralt escrich: Do you plan to add twitter to nimbuzz on future? If yes, do you have a date planned?

    Miguel Ernesto Pérez Cabrera April 12th, 2012
  122. @Miguel
    Twitter is supported on Nimbuzz Mobile for Symbian, we do not have plans to add it in other platforms yet.

    queralt escrich April 16th, 2012
  123. ياهوه فيه خليجين

    fsöööLe May 2nd, 2012
  124. Why sensors on my galaxy S are not working when talking to Nimbuzz ? That means durring calls the screen is always on. Is there an option to change that. Most of the programs like Viber or Skype have it. Well anyway I will be happy to find out how to do it if there is a way. Thank you in advance and keep up the good work.

    Asparuh May 10th, 2012
  125. @Asparuh – Thanks for your feedback and suggestion, much appreciated. We will consider it to be implemented in future releases. Stay tuned to our Blog for more related news.

    Nimbuzz May 15th, 2012
  126. I want nimbuzz download

    Nimbuzz May 21st, 2012
  127. @Nimbuzz – You can find the list of compatible device and download the latest version of Nimbuzz from

    Nimbuzz May 22nd, 2012
  128. This is an outrage. How could you cut AIM off the list??? AIM still has more users worldwide than any other messaging service, comparable to MSN. PUT AIM BACK IMMEDIATELY YOU IDIOTS.

    almas May 22nd, 2012
  129. I am looking for a new IM client and the fact that this does not support AIM is making me look elsewhere. Sorry Nimbuzz, but I need a client that can support both AIM and Gtalk.

    Disappointed new user May 23rd, 2012
  130. @almas – It has been a difficult decision for us to remove this community from our list. However, it was necessary in order to provide more focus on other features of our app. Thanks for your understanding.

    Nimbuzz May 29th, 2012
  131. @superfragin8 – It has been a difficult decision for us to remove this community from our list. However, it was necessary in order to provide more focus on other features of our app. Thanks for your understanding.

    Nimbuzz May 30th, 2012
  132. Killing AIM support, really? I wish I could use numbuzz but most of my clients and coworkers use AIM.

    John June 7th, 2012
  133. @John – It has been a difficult decision for us to remove this community from our list. However, it was necessary in order to provide more focus on other features of our app. Thanks for your understanding.

    Nimbuzz June 7th, 2012
  134. Why Nimbuzz can’t connect to YM! ???

    Adon September 5th, 2012
  135. easy way to connect frndzz in a finger tip!!!

    vipin September 9th, 2012
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