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  • List of chat websites


    This is a list of websites used for online chat. Website Description Messaging? File sharing? Send video? Receive video? Website? Android app? iOS app? Adult?7 Cups Trained listener support for emotionally distressed people Airtime.com Group live video streaming and instant messaging BongaCamsOne-way webcam model live video streaming CAM4One-way webcam model live video streaming Chat-AvenueAdobe Flash and PHP-based chat rooms Chatroulette Two-way live video streaming between random pairs of people DiscordGroup live video streaming and instant messaging Chaturbate One-way webcam model live video streaming Flirt4free One-way webcam model live video streaming Gitter Instant messaging for software development, integrates with GitHub Google HangoutsGroup live video streaming and instant messaging HipChat Instant messaging for enterprise software development, integrates with Atlassian products LiveJasmin One-way webcam model live video streaming (APK) Meebo Rooms MyFreeCams.com One-way webcam model live video streaming MegacamsOne-way webcam model live video streaming Rounds Slack (software) Instant messaging for Enterprise software development Streamup Talkomatic Tinychat TokBox Userplane Woo Media Xfire

  • WebChat Broadcasting System


    Portion of a salvaged logo A salvaged logo or possible reproductionWebChat Broadcasting System (or WBS for short) was a virtual community that existed during the 1990s. Supported by online advertising, it was one of few services at the time to offer free integrated community services including chat, homesteading, messaging, and user profiles. Extremely popular in the era before the Dot-com bust, WBS was at one time the largest chat, interactive and event network on the Internet. In 1998 it was acquired by the search engine Infoseek, which was in turn acquired by Disney/ABC. The original WebChat Broadcasting System closed in September 1999 after its chatrooms were integrated into Disney's existing Go Network chatrooms. A revival of WBS was launched in 2009 and is virtually identical to the original community.

  • Chat room


    The term chat room, or chatroom, is primarily used to describe any form of synchronous conferencing, occasionally even asynchronous conferencing. The term can thus mean any technology ranging from real-time online chat and online interaction with strangers (e.g., online forums) to fully immersive graphical social environments. The primary use of a chat room is to share information via text with a group of other users. Generally speaking, the ability to converse with multiple people in the same conversation differentiates chat rooms from instant messaging programs, which are more typically designed for one-to-one communication. The users in a particular chat room are generally connected via a shared internet or other similar connection, and chat rooms exist catering for a wide range of subjects. New technology has enabled the use of file sharing and webcams to be included in some programs. This would be considered a chat room.

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