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06-23-2009, 07:03 PM #1BluChat exclusively for iPhone OS 3.0
Check out BluChat and connect with a nearby family member, co-worker, classmate or friend via bluetooth.
Designed specifically for iPhone OS 3.0, we really think people are going to have a lot of fun with this app.
Check out screens and description below. Now available in the App Store.
No Internet required!
No WiFi Network Required!
No Email Address or User Registration Required!
Leveraging the advanced technology of iPhone OS 3.0., BluChat allows you to connect and instant message with people in the vicinity by establishing a direct connection between devices via bluetooth. Finally, instant messaging with out boundaries.
BluChat offers peace of mind, allowing kids to chat without the worries of the Internet, allowing private conversations as no server is used, and allowing you to contact classmates or co-workers where internet or cellular signal is unavailable. We hope you find Bluchat to be as vital to your iPhone and iPod Touch 2G as we do.
• Text chatting
• Share pictures from your photo library or take a live pictures using built in camera (supported devices only)
• “Noogies” help get the attention of the other user. A simple shake of the device will cause the person's device you are chatting with to vibrate (simulated for iPod Touch users)
• Streamlined interface
• Effortless connectivity, no pairing required.
• No in-between server saving you personal information or chat history
How Bluchat works:
When you launch Bluchat, the app immediately begins scanning the area and provides a list of discovered iPhone or iPod 2G devices also running Bluchat.
Selecting a listed name will instantly send a request to the user asking them if they would like to chat.
When the recipient accepts the invitation, both parties are instantly connected and can begin chatting.
06-23-2009, 07:25 PM #2
I can see this being usefull in a classroom setting... but other then that, why not SMS? However, this looks interesting and I'm going to download it. Good work and if the app runs like the SS say it will, then it sounds pretty cool.