Below are example screenshots of my own.
Here’s the first page of the web version. Choose the IM that you want to connect to. Wait for a while.
and walla! MSN Messenger on the web.
It’s exactly the same process in Yahoo! and AIM. All features are there. Even the smilies.
If you have xHTML or WAP 2.0 enabled browser on your mobile phone, surf to http://mob.ebuddy.com and this is how it will look like.
Even if it is a WAP 1.1 (or higher) enabled browser, you can still use eBuddy. Just go to http://wap.ebuddy.com
Web and mobile messenger everywhere