Australia’s most popular online chat service has been back for another round of updates.
The Friendly Server (FSS) has been the talk of the town for a week and a half after being restored to its former state after being left offline by its original operators.
It has been restored to normal operation after a series of updates, which include an update to fix bugs and fix a couple of issues, including one that prevented users from using the site for more than two days.
As the name suggests, FSS has been built on the same principles as Skype.
Users can use it to chat with others and make phone calls.
In an effort to improve the experience, FSD has also been redesigned, which has seen a number of updates including better user experience, support for mobile devices, and improved support for local business networks.
FSS was first introduced to the world by the Australian Broadcasting Corporation (ABC) back in 2010, and the service has since gained popularity and users are regularly logging on to chat and share photos with friends.
One of the most notable changes has been to its desktop interface, which was overhauled and the user interface now looks more like a phone app.
There is also a new version of the app, called Friendly Chat, which lets users make calls using a number pad instead of typing numbers on their keyboard.
The new version also allows users to make phone and email calls, and allows them to set up Skype accounts, as well as use FSD in their existing Skype accounts.
Users can also turn off the ability to make calls, chat, and chat with friends using the new app.
For now, the app is still available to use in Australia and is accessible from the Australian Business Network’s mobile website and other online services.