With Web chat platforms gaining in popularity and becoming an important medium through which Web visitors can be engaged, more chat widgets for websites, games and apps are entering the market. The latest to appear on the social scene is RumbleTalk.
RumbleTalk, an innovative customizable HTML5 social group chat widget that can be added to any website, blog or forum, allows visitors to engage in conversation, regardless of where they are. By adding this layer of social chat, traffic to the website can be increased.
It has a new set of features that makes group chatting and social network expansion easier. For every group that is created, users can set various settings that can be shared by all in the group. Chats can be customized. Users can choose themes from the existing library; add images, photos, borders and more while advanced users can design their own chat with CSS (News - Alert).
Chat is not restricted only to PC owners, for now smartphone and tablet owners can also carry conversations wherever they go. The chat platform is easy to install and many chat boxes can be created at the same time. In fact, the improved chat box claims it can accommodate up to 1,000 online chatters simultaneously.
RumbleTalk allows social media integration and makes it easy for chatters to login with their Facebook (News - Alert) or Twitter accounts and also invite friends to socially share the platform. This is important considering the fact that bloggers and website owners constantly communicate using the social media.
The RumbleTalk free chat app is reportedly being embedded in many website and Facebook pages and many new Internet users are being lured by its 'easy to install and use' feature. Users can add a background photo to their chats and also export chat to HTML and can view chat history if they want. Chats can be archived and particular conversations can be located easily.
As an administrator, users can choose who can view chats and who can use chat. As a moderator, users can block chats or clear chats, giving users total control.
For Web owners that are marketing a specific service or product, RumbleTalk is being regarded as a chat tool that can address customers’ queries and concerns in real time. Its ability to support many languages is a great plus point.
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Edited by Brooke Neuman