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Empathy ... best voice and video chat

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Empathy is a IM/voice /video client that uses Gossips's UI and Nokia's MissionControl

The main goal of empathy is is libempathy and libempathy-gtk libraries which permits desktop integration. The widgets made in libempathy-gtk can be used to embed into any GNOME application

Empathy is one of the chat clients that uses various libraries of the known Telepathy . If You have a MSN chat account setup in and have a telepathy aware client then it automatically transfer your information across the client which is pretty cool.

Empathy is a multiple protocol client that includes Jabber , Gtalk, MSN , IRS , Salut and all the protocols supported by pidgin

Making call using Empathy
Making call using Empathy

The various features are

1. Provides specialized user interface for all protocols for ex the account editor

2. Auto away protocols using the gnome screen saver tech.

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