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Samsung Rolls Out Version 2.0 of its Social Messaging Service, ChatON

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Samsung has just updated to version 2.0 of its cross-platform social messaging service, ChatON. ChatOn 2.0, currently available now on Google Play store brings in a couple of changes and new features to the app which include synching across devices, the ability to send multiple image messages, some new social features and most importantly, improved support for Android tablet users.

The updated ChatON app now synchronizes your updates and settings across all your Android devices with the app installed. All you need to do is log-in to your Samsung account and you will be provided with your chat history, friend list, live chats – all on up to five Android devices.

For the new social feature, ChatON now features offline support which lets you post comments even when your device is offline. These comments will be posted to your device once its online again. Additionally, the updated app also now lets you send multiple images at once, change fonts while chatting as well as sending animations together with your text messages.

Finally, ChatON 2.0 now also features push-to-talk voice messaging for Android tablet users. In addition, there’s also changes to editing and settings which make using ChatON on tablets almost similar to using it on Android smartphones.

ChatON is available now as a free download from the Google Play store. For those new to this app but have used other similar apps such as WhatsApp and WeChat, ChatON is a direct competitor of these mentioned apps. If you just got a new Android smartphone or tablet, ChatON should come installed by default. If not, you can always grab the app by simply following the via link below.

Via [Samsung Tomorrow], [Google Play]

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