Adium came with an impressive feature package that included anything from a super-user-friendly and modern interface to support for a wide array of networks, including the now-discontinued Yahoo Messenger, Google Talk, and so many others.
And believe it or not, but Adium is still being used these days by a substantial number of users running macOS on their devices. Sure, most of them are enterprises that need an easy way to chat with contacts in their own internal networks, such as when a Jabber server is being used, but Adium still survives despite the migration to cloud-based infrastructure.
New operating system updates and old software don’t always play nice, and this is exactly what happened this month when Apple rolled out macOS Catalina.
As an old application, Adium experiencing compatibility issues… (read more)
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