eBuddy Reaches 250 Million User Accounts

eBuddy is a web-based messenger service is a Dutch company that enables you to chat with your MSN, Yahoo and AIM contacts through on single webpage. Furthermore, they also offer a mobile browser to access contacts on mobile. The most important feature of this service is that you need not to download it, so you can reach your contacts from any computer with access to internet.

The company was established in 2003with head-office based in Amsterdam with regional offices located in London, Singapore and San Francisco. This private company is supported by Prime Ventures and

Millions of people use eBuddy to communicate with their friends or family members all over the world on the Web. eBuddy messenger app is also available for several mobile phone devices. Today, eBuddy announces that it has become the world’s first independent messaging app to surpass 250 million user accounts.

According to eBuddy, a good number of new users are those using Android-based phones suggesting that the growth on this specific platform is gone up to 300% in short span of time.

Surely, it is a vague perception to consider all 250 million user accounts active and no such claims made by eBuddy as well. But what we are told by eBuddy is really an eye-popping statement. Let me share it with you. According to eBuddy, out of those 250 million user accounts, 163 million accounts are active (assumptions made on annual basis) and the users of eBuddy Messenger spend over ten billion minutes per month at present.

In addition to MSN, Yahoo and AIM, Facebook Chat is also a well sought-after among the users of eBuddy. The total downloading for Facebook Chat counts 130 million apps until now.

The company has also announced eBuddy XMS lately – an unpaid real-time messaging app for smartphones. However, the specs are yet not disclosed.

The announcement arrives with an apparently requisite infographic:

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