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NEW: Nimbuzz for Java with invisible mode, faster login & less data consumption!

June 5th, 2011

We are happy to let you know that a new version of Nimbuzz (1.9.2) is ready for download on your Java enabled mobile phone.

The new version is packed with useful features that will help you manage better your online presence.

Here are the new features:

  • Invisible mode – to appear invisible to your Nimbuzz contacts while you are actually online.
  • New Notifiable icon - for contacts that have the app closed but are available via push notification or Ping.
  • Mandatory phone number verification for chat-rooms
  • Faster login
  • Less data consumption We expect that on average you will consume 50% less data, and depending on how you use Nimbuzz, this could get save you anamazing 70% in data used.

Now let’s talk a bit more about the new features:

The Notifiable icon is the one with a check mark in the middle stands for Notifiable and it is used only for Nimbuzz contacts that closed Nimbuzz app but can still receive push (on the iPhone) or Ping notifications (on the Java and Symbian phones).

To improve your chatting experience we made it mandatory for everybody to have a verified phone number in order to access the chat rooms. This way we can restrict access to anyone who floods or post inappropriate content.

We also fixed the connectivity issues you have reported and the bugs you found.

If you have any suggestions or want to report any issue you might find in the new version please let us know.

UPDATE: Nimbuzz now with official Facebook Connect API support [Java 1.9]

February 2nd, 2011


Nimbuzz 1.9 for Java powered feature phones is available for download.

This update comes with a fix  for our Facebook solution. With the implementation of the official Facebook Connect APIs,  you can now login to your Facebook account right from inside the app, no need for any extra steps.

We also added a very special feature for our Indonesian Telkomsel users: Free SMS notifications via Nimbuzz Ping.

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Facebook Connnect redirect on Java feature phones

January 3rd, 2011

We said we will stay away from the blog, but we can’t :P .

We have a short announcement for our users with Java feature phones. Starting from 31 of  December 2010 until 11 of January 2011, if you want to connect to Facebook on Nimbuzz, you will be redirected to my.nimbuzz.com,  to login into your FB account via your computer. Once done your Facebook friends will show up on your mobile.

This is a temporary solution until we can integrate Facebook Connect into our app. Please bare with us.

We’re sorry for the inconvenience!

Have a great New Year party :D ,
The Nimbuzz Team

Then and Now: Nimbuzz evolution

December 29th, 2010

30 months have past since we first started blogging, and after all this time we are proud to demonstrate the evolution of Nimbuzz.

Today Nimbuzz has:

  • 30+ million users in every country of the world
  • 200+ million downloads
  • 3,65 billion calls a year
  • 3000+ supported devices

Let’s take a few steps back in time and show you how Nimbuzz evolved since we launched our very first app back in May 2008.

Below is a side by side comparison with the first Nimbuzz version on the left side and the current version on the right side. To enlarge any of the image simply click on them.

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Save your files

December 17th, 2010

Hello everyone,

we have an important announcement regarding the files you have stored on your Nimbuzz inbox.

As of January 1st 2011, all received files in your inbox older than 6 months will be deleted. Since more than 80.000 users join every day, we need a lot of room to save files for everyone.

How to keep your files?

  • Save them on your mobile phone
  • Save them on your computer via the PC, Mac or Web

How to download your files?

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Nimbuzz: Faster Connection and HTTP Connectivity for Java!

May 5th, 2010

Nimbuzz for java 1.6 on Samsung jet

Nimbuzz for Java 1.7  with faster connection and HTTP connectivity! Download now!!

What is this mean?

  • Faster Connection: The sign-in time has been decreased with 20-30% due to improvements in the sign-in process!
  • HTTP Connectivity: If your mobile internet subscriptions only allows web browsing, you can now use Nimbuzz via an HTTP connection over the web. Pretty cool, right?

Remember that Nimbuzz is now available for LG Prada, LGVX9100,  LG Voyager,  LG Vu,  Samsung SPH-M540, Samsung Omnia, Samsung Star, and Samsung Jet. Find out more here.

As always feedback is always welcome in the comment section below .