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Windows only (for now): Instant messaging services often have clients for multiple platforms. But keeping them open across machines and portable devices can be a nightmare: lost chats, automatic "away" statuses, different histories and so on. The latest Trillian build fixes that with a "continuous" IM stream.
Mac only: Trillian's stepped up its multi-protocol game significantly on the Mac platform, fixing a whole bunch of items missing or jaggy in the alpha release, and adding Facebook and Twitter integration, Growl notifications, a better chat history layout and more.
Windows only: If our recent coverage of the Digsby-debacle has you down in the dumps over the departure of Digsby from your hard disk, you might want to check out Triillian Astra—fresh from beta and ready to go.
If you want to chat on several networks—like AIM, Yahoo Messenger and MSN—using one instant messenger client, on the Mac side you've got Adium and on Windows side you've got Trillian (and the open source Pidgin.) However, Macworld reports that the makers of Trillian are putting together an OS X version of Trillian's upcoming version 4 release. Cross-platform users, which multi-protocol IM client do you think is better?