Smiletime was a website and app looking to capitalize on live broadcasting via Facebook, letting multiple folks in with their friends for "shows." That didn't cut it, so Alex Kruglov, the company founder, just switched gears this week.
The app, available via Apple IOS at first, looks to bring back the AOL style chat room, where anyone can join a discussion.
To start using Face Flow, you only need to sign up and add people into your contact list.
The service has several features, such as the ability to type messages to individual users while video chatting - to send a link to a webpage, for example.
The originator of the chat session also has the ability to remove others from that chat.
The difference is that the chats are on video — so people use the camera on their i Phone to join in.
There's no limit on how many people can join, and the conversations are ephemeral.
Folks on Facebook and Twitter can get into heated, often nasty conversations, but Kruglov thinks the video chat will make the difference.
"Because you can see people in there with you, our hope is that the conversation is respectful and positive," he says. To join, download the app, and you'll see a list of upcoming chats that are available for joining.
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