Trillian for Android Graduates Out of Beta, Available on the Android Market
Article by George Norman
On 16 Dec 2010
The development team at Cerulean Studios, the developer behind multiprotocol instant messaging app Trillian, was glad to announce that Trillian for Android has reached an important milestone in its development process. Trillian for Android 1.0, an app that was released as a public Beta back in August, has finally graduated out of Beta. Trillian 1.0 sans the Beta tag is now available for download in the Android Market.

“We are pleased to announce that Trillian for Android, the best way to chat with your friends everywhere, is now available on the Android Market!” announced the Cerulean Studios team. “Trillian is priced at only $4.99, so skip your extra fancy dessert coffee for a day and help support the team at Cerulean Studios!”


The Cerulean Studios team went on to say that the Beta build of Trillian for Android will not be disabled; Cerulean Studios explained it has no plans to disable the Beta build. Beta testers can continue to use this version of Trillian for Android, but they should note that Cerulean Studios will not push out any updates for it.

If you would like to get Trillian for Android, you can do so in one of two ways. You can access the Android Market and search for Trillian. If that is too much of a bother, you can simply scan the QR code presented below.

In related news, Android users who have a Samsung Galaxy S smartphone may want to know that the Skype for Android app has been updated. It now works on Samsung Galaxy S and allows users to store the app on the phone’s SD card (Skype for Android requires Android 2.2 or later). Android users who have a Samsung Galaxy S smartphone may also like to know that as of last week, Opera Mini is available for their device.

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