When Whats App went down for four hours this weekend, nearly 5 million people signed up for messaging service Telegram.
The app skyrocketed to the top of the App Store charts, and is now the top free app in 46 countries from Germany to Ecuador.
1 in the social networking category, ahead of Facebook, Whats App, Kik, and others.
When you enter the chat, you’ll speak privately with one other person — who is just another visitor of this site.
What you talk about is entirely up to you, conversations vary; some people have something on their mind they wish to talk about while others just want to have a nice chat with someone new. This was the first one-on-one instant chat website.
The source then spelled doom for Face Time’s future: When a Face Time call is established, the source alleged, the i Phone 4s participating in the call beam their owners’ geographical location to Apple without them ever realizing or being prompted about this: The source also claimed that i OS 4 powering your i Phone receives small over-the-air code updates every 7-14 days.
Those code snippets don’t just deliver standard operator improvements, they also brick jailbroken i Phones.
It’s not immediately clear why Telegram emerged as the alternative of choice following Whats App’s downtime.
Users could have switched to Kik, or Facebook Messenger, or LINE — all of which have hundreds of millions of users.
People have sent emails telling about how they have developed deep friendships and even got married with people they met on this site, so by using A Nice Chat as your alternative, you endorse the creativity which has brought millions of people together.
Introduce your friends by inviting them on Twitter.
I don’t think Face Time is going to be the biggest privacy blunder ever because Apple would be pretty stupid to move raw Face Time data around the network.
Apple’s i Chat app that comes with Mac OS X enables paid Mobile Me subscribers to encrypt their chat sessions.