The maker of messaging aggregator Trillian has said it's bringing its chat tool to Android, with a public beta test of the app set to launch within weeks. It'll work on Android 1.6 devices and above, bringing Facebook, MSN, AOL support and more to Google phones - plus it'll be a bespoke Android production that's "not just a clone from the iPhone". [Cerulian via Android Guys]
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