Today dotSyntax announced that their popular multi-network desktop application Digsby has surpassed a major milestone: 1 million users. The desktop client integrates instant messaging, Facebook, Twitter, text messaging and email into a single desktop client, making it an attractive choice for people connected to multiple networks and social media sites.
Steve Shapiro, president of dotSyntax said, “We built Digsby to simplify people's lives so they can focus less on signing in and more on staying connected. Our rapid growth shows the utility people find in Digsby and why it's become the preferred platform for high efficiency digital communication.”
To fuel growth to the next million users, dotSyntax also announced the launch of an affiliate program. The program is designed to encourage people to spread the word about Digsby, and will pay affiliates up to $1.00 for every new Digsby user they sign-up.
Here at BigBlueBall, we helped break the news about Digsby when it first emerged on the scene and I've been a big fan. The desktop application is currently only available for Windows. Versions for Mac OS X and Linux have been promised, and you can sign-up here to be notified as soon as they are available.