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Pidgin vs Empathy

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Maybe it’s been more than a month since I started using Empathy on a regular basis. It’s a fairly reliable messenger client for Yahoo, MSN and Google. I still have problems with using it though. Maybe it’s because I’ve been used to Pidgin that much. So yeah, here it goes:

Empathy

However, there are things that I still don’t like about it. t’s bothersome how my buddies on Yahoo! Messenger invite me for a chat conference and yet I can’t seem to receive them.

Pidgin

What I don’t like about Pidgin though is that it is bothersome to use Yahoo Messenger on it from time to time.

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