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Friday, October 14, 2011

Video Chat with up to 12 Friends at once !!

Tinychat is a very simple to use delivering audio and video web communication services that can hold up to 12 live streams. To get started with Tinychat you just browse the website a little bit and “create your own chat room” by clicking on the labeled button. You can then share your chat room with your team or group.

Each member will then create a nickname then click on “start broadcasting” and you are ready to go!  Now you can see how simple this is with clean interface. Tinychat is used with Adobe Flash most computers have this software however, if you don’t it is a simple download if you go to the adobe website and download the latest flash software. Flash is used by many applications using audio and video so it will always come in handy. Some other extras include a facebook application to add and bring others to the attention of how great Tinychat is. To top it all off, it is free with no downloading required. If you love it so much you can download the Pro-account. This allows you to have 5 named rooms with password protection and higher quality of videos. It also saves your chat room conversations and its only $14.95 a month.

Friday, October 14, 2011 by Mohamed · 1

TinyChat to enable location-linked video chat on iPhone 4

When it comes to ad-hoc video chatting with friends, strangers or space aliens, the heir apparent to the Chatroulette throne is TinyChat.
This Flash-based video-chatting service, launched in 2009, lets you create chatrooms on the fly. You and several friends can all broadcast, while more attendees/fans/you-name-its can watch and comment.
It's become quite popular with more than 30,000 people joining the site every day and a million active daily users. It's even got the requisite celeb cred with financial backing from Sean 'Puffy' Combs and Charlie Sheen's replacement Ashton Kutcher.
Today, the site released a major redesign along with a new feature: location tagging for your video chats. You can choose to reveal your region or location down to a 10-mile radius, and the service displays a 'chats in your area' map to help you identify nearby conversations.

Co-founder Dan Blake says that this feature is a natural extension of the geotagging options in social services like Facebook or Twitter: "This is all about continuing to make the world a more connected place via the web. Say, if there's a regular Tinychat room you use to discuss fishing, we think this feature will make it even easier for those users to meet 'IRL' for an actual fishing trip!" (Of course, the service's safety tips page reminds you never, ever to agree to meet someone in real life that you encounter on the service... a bit of cognitive dissonance there.)
Where there's video and location awareness, you know what's bound to be right around the corner. TUAW has learned that TinyChat has an iPhone app in the late stages of development, scheduled for release within the next couple of weeks. iPhone 4 users will be able to participate in chats on the go, and can include their location information (again, this is optional) with their user profile or their chatroom settings. It's likely that TinyChat will be first to market with this capability; although Apple could always add location to FaceTime, that would probably provoke a wave of privacy concerns.

by Mohamed · 0

Tinychat is a dead-simple, live video communication platform

Tinychat app is providing dead simple, free to use, video chat rooms that just work! Enjoy chatting with your friends or making new ones. Video, music, whiteboard, and so on...

By using Tinychat powerful API, you can easily implement your own fully customizable chat room wherever you want. It's perfect for blogs or magazines as you give your readers the option to react instantly, face to face. Go to Tinychat for Developers for more information & documentation. 

by Mohamed · 0