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Ever had the urge to chat with your friends on Facebook Chat without staying logged into Facebook.com?

Chit Chat for Facebook (Credit: Chit Chat)





Chit Chat is a free desktop application for Windows that allows Facebook users to chat with friends and family via a clean and easy-to-use interface that is similar in style to that of Microsoft's Windows Live Messenger.

Tabs across the top of the application make it a breeze to manage multiple chats at once, while notifications of new messages allow you to read messages as soon as they are sent.

Add that to the benefit of not having to keep your web browser open during chats, and the benefits of the free application are beginning to show if you utilise the web edition of Facebook chat frequently.

While the Chit Chat Facebook software is available for download here, Chit Chat also recently unveiled a new BlackBerry application that allows users to stay in touch with friends on Facebook on the go.

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The $1.99 mobile app offers similar functionality to that of Chit Chat for Windows, although while tabs are available the mobile app places online Facebook friends in the first tab, conversations are grouped in the second and unread messages placed in the third.

Colours of backgrounds, text and speech bubbles can all be customised, while the app can notify you instantly if you receive a message when you're not using the app.

The app also supports emoticons '” they can be inserted quickly using a pop-up window that shows more than 20 popular faces.

Chit Chat for Facebook Blackberry supports Blackberry OS 4, 5 and 6 with supported phones including the Curve, Bold and Storm.


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