ICQ mobile application is available for Java-enabled phones

Tuesday, February 16, 2010

ICQ ICQ introduced a free application for phones supporting Java. Mobile application ICQ, which is already available for iPhone, iPod Touch, BlackBerry and platforms Windows Mobile, is available for Nokia and Sony Ericsson and other phones supporting Java (J2ME).

Annex ICQ for Java-enabled phones provides a full range of features: from changing the status to the management of contact lists. Using a mobile ICQ will reduce the cost of SMS. Application for ICQ mobile phones supporting Java (J2ME) and Windows Mobile is available for free download. Annex ICQ for iPhone and iPod Touch is available for free download at Apple Store, and ICQ for BlackBerry application is available for free download on the BlackBerry Apps store.

New application ICQ for Java-enabled phones available in English, German, Russian, Czech and Hebrew. New application ICQ for mobile phones with J2ME support makes ICQ phone lines available for Nokia (E51, E66, N73, N85, N95, N95 (8G), N96, 5800, Navigator 6210), Sony Ericsson (C510, C510a, C905, K530i, K550i, K800i, K850i, W850i, W890i, W910i, W995, Yari) and others.