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Use Google Talk with multiple accounts

I always use two Google accounts. One for personal use, and the other for professional-related things. On my phone, I have Android 2.3.4 installed (not rooted). I heard that multiple users have been enabled for Honeycomb's Google Talk app. I need that same feature for my phone but I can't seem to find the latest Google Talk app on the Play Store in order for me to update the one that came with my phone. What should I do?

Note: Google Talk's I need the voice calling feature as well.

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Google Talk is not one of the apps that Google updates via the Play Store. Unfortunately pre-honeycomb Gtalk can only handle one user; the main account of the phone.
Your only option is to use a third-party IM client.

  • I believe I can't utilize Google Talk's voice call capabilities if I use 3rd parties right?
    – Propeller
    Commented May 8, 2012 at 18:23
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    @Shedo No you can't. I only found one app that claims to support it, but that hasn't been updated in a year.
    – user13391
    Commented May 8, 2012 at 18:55

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