Trillian for Windows 5.0 Beta Build 30: Cerulean Studios Introduces the Continuous Client
Article by George Norman
On 07 Mar 2011
Cerulean Studios, the company behind the popular multiprotocol instant messaging application Trillian, has recently announced that Build 30 for Trillian for Windows 5.0 (which is still in Beta) has been released. Cerulean Studios calls this the continuous client, because the option to share your chats in realtime between all your devices has been added.

Imagine this situation if you will. You’re chatting with someone on your desktop PC using Trillian for Windows. Then you have to go somewhere, let’s say to work, so you sign into Trillian on your Android or iPhone. Once at work you sign into Trillian on your work computer. The problem is that parts of your chat could get lost in the transition. As you switch from your home PC to your mobile device and then to your work computer, parts of the conversation could get lost.

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“Now that more and more of us are splitting our time between work, home, and mobile devices, an annoying problem has cropped up – conversation fragmentation. Something you said at home gets lost when you settle into work; you’re fishing your phone out of your pocket to recall a link you received earlier; the grocery list you were responsible for landed on your work PC and you’re left all lost in the supermarket … the frustration goes on,” said Cerulean Studios.

Trillian 5.0 Build 30, the continuous client, aims to address this problem by sharing chats between all your devices in real time. This means you can switch from one device to another and rest assured that you won’t lose any part of the conversation.

“Your chats can now be shared in realtime between all of your Trillian devices, meaning you can stand up from your desk, grab your phone, and keep chatting exactly where you left off. We’ve taken extra care to get all the tiny details right to make this experience awesome, and we hope you enjoy it,” explained Cerulean Studios.

If you’re interested in finding out precisely what makes the continuous client tick, if you’re interested in finding out how Trillian 5.0 Build 30 works, an explanation is provided on the Cerulean Studios blog here.



Tags: Cerulean Studios, Trillian for Windows 5.0, build 30, Continous client
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