digsby: IM, Email and Social Networks all in one!

digsbyI recently came across a new application called digsby which is basically the Instant Messenger that everyone wants! It’s free! At the moment it is still a private beta product, invite only. However, I have some ways that you can go ahead an get it now!

Source: http://www.webware.com/8301-1_109-9871784-2.html
If you would like to try out the multisystem instant-messaging and social-networking client Digsby before it’s released to the general public, we can help you out. Go ahead and download the application here. Once you do, use the code CNET to unlock it. There are several thousand invitations reserved.

Basically, go to digsby.com and download the the application. During installation you’ll be prompted to create a new account and also enter an invitation code. After googling for a bit I came across three codes that you can use:

  • CNET
  • techmalaya
  • techzilo

After installation you can add all of your Instant Messenger accounts and chat with all of your friends from one account. You can also add all of your email accounts and keep an eye out for new mail. On top of that you can also add you Facebook and MySpace accounts and keep another eye out for messages and news from those services! It’s great! Give it a try and let me know what you think! You should also let them know what you think if you get a chance. Tell all your friends!

Screenshots: http://www.digsby.com/screenshots.php

UPDATE:
The invitation codes are no longer needed! Digsby is now open to the general public, so just go to digsby.com and download this awesome application for free!

6 thoughts on “digsby: IM, Email and Social Networks all in one!”

  1. using Opera 9 Opera 9 on GNU/Linux GNU/Linux
    Opera/9.50 (X11; Linux x86_64; U; en)

    Yeah! I’ve been using Digsby for a couple of weeks now. The code I used is “lifehacker.” It’s pretty cool so far…although I did have problems trying to send files over AIM. So, I am sort of using a mixture of Pidgin and Digsy right now, haha.

  2. using Opera 9 Opera 9 on GNU/Linux GNU/Linux
    Opera/9.50 (X11; Linux x86_64; U; en)

    I keep growing more and more attached to it even though I only use it on Windows (my laptop), but you better believe that I’ll have it on my desktop when they come out with a linux build (actually I have it installed on my desktop via VirtualBox which boots Windows XP virtually).

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