Trillian is a multi-platform IM client with a very clear aim: make things easy for the user. The program features intuitive design that helps users manage their contacts from different networks in a much easier way.
Trillian supports multiple chat networks, such as Live Messenger, AOL Messenger, Yahoo! Messenger, Google Talk, ICQ, Facebook, MySpaceIM, Skype, Jabber, IRC, Twitter, e-mail accounts (POP3 and IMAP) and Bonjour, besides the Trillian proprietary network.
This means that the program's interface can get quite bloated with contacts from a dozen different IM platforms. Luckily, you decide which networks to load on Trillian startup, and also temporarily hide certain lists or merge contacts into one single entry per person, which may help organize things a bit.
The new version of Trillian has improved many aspects of the program. Initial setting is now much quicker and easier, and the interface has totally been redesigned not only for a better integration with Windows 7, but also to provide you with a more compact, easily manageable window.
In a way, Trillian is not just a multi-platform instant messaging tool anymore, but a complete social timeline where you can chat with your friends – either by text, voice or video - and also see what they’re up to on Facebook or Twitter.
Trillian is back with an even more powerful mult-platform IM client, featuring support for a dozen protocols and an attractive, intuitive design.
- A small update to Trillian for Windows (5.1 Build 19) is going out today, the main purpose of which is to prepare for upcoming Trillian server upgrades. As such, there is no public-facing changelog.
Trillian supports the following formats
Supported networks and protocols: Astra, MSN, AIM, YMN, Google-Talk, ICQ, Facebook, MySpaceIM, Skype, Jabber, IRC, Twitter, POP3, IMAP and Bonjour