Adium Unveils New Video Integration Feature: First Look

For Mac users seeking to engage in video and audio conferencing, especially with PC users, options have been limited primarily to Skype and SightSpeed. However, there is promising news on the horizon.

Microsoft has committed to enhancing Microsoft Messenger to support audio and video interactions. Additionally, the Adium project, known for its open-source messaging app, has showcased a preview of its upcoming video chat capabilities in a blog post celebrating Leopard’s release.

While the new version of Adium featuring these capabilities is still under development with no confirmed release date, the Adium team has made the code accessible online.

This allows those interested to track their progress and view early images of the anticipated features.


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