Peerme 0.9.33 Supports Peer To Peer Voice And Im.ADVERTISEMENTS
Author : PeerMe, Inc.
OS : Windows2000,WinXP...
Peerme license : Freeware (Price: free)
Added date : 15. December 2005
Release date : 3. November 2005
Download page : Get it Here!
Download Size : 1660 kBytes
Publisher URL: http://www.PeerMe.com
PeerMe 0.9.33 details:
Founded in 2004, PeerMe, Inc., www.PeerMe.com, is a privately held international peer-to-peer communications technology company with offices in Mountain View, Calif., Tokyo, Japan, South Korea, India, Bulgaria and Austin, Tex. PeerMe has developed an instant messaging platform which supports Peer to Peer Voice, PC to PC and PC to handheld voice communications, instant messaging, and peer-to-peer file transfer all over public Internet connections. PeerMe?s vision is to bring a human connection to the Internet through voice-enabling the Web.
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