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Meebo hits App Store after being previewed almost a year ago

After previewing their app almost one year ago in March of 2009 at the Apple iPhone OS 3.0 event, Meebo has finally made it to the App Store. The reason the app took this long to make it to the store is still unclear, but according to Tech Crunch‘s enamored MG Siegler, the app was only officially submitted last week. 

The wait might have been worth it.  The simple app  allows you to connect to almost all of the different services you use such as AIM, Facebook Chat, and MSN messenger (no Skype like Fring). The app also comes with a great design, searchable chat history, and push notifications like many of its competitors. The app is free on the App Store.

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