1. Kmcferrin's Avatar
    Does anyone know of any currently working OCS client for Android? It is the one app that I miss having from Windows Mobile. I know that WidgetMedia is supposedly working on one called "AndrOCS" but they've been pretty quiet about it. They were supposedly going into beta in early July but haven't said anything since then, save for a few screenshots and a site redesign. Has anyone here actually managed to get into the beta program and verified that it actually works?

    It seems like anyone producing an OCS app for Android would be poised to make a killing, and it's amazing to me that only one company supposedly has anything in the works and nobody has delivered yet.
    08-26-2010 10:39 AM
  2. Widget_Media's Avatar
    Hello Kmcferrin,

    We have recently posted an update on our website Widget Media - Home concerning our OCS client, AndrOCS. In the next day or so we will be releasing a survey which will allow us to select beta testers for the first wave of public testing.

    If you would like to take part in the beta testing process please message me on here or on the Widget Media website.

    09-04-2010 10:06 AM
  3. gengram's Avatar
    Please try aLync, a new IM client for Android. It can connect to Microsoft OCS/Lync, MSN, Yahoo! Messenger and Google Talk. You can do file transfer, text editing(bold, italic, copy, paste, search), create a conference and many more in a unique tabbed interface. You can make calls and send SMS messages to your buddies, simply by making gestures on your touch screen.
    02-02-2011 04:31 AM