What’s New on Chat27
We’re happy to let you know that two new chat rooms have been added!
The folks who run the Bitcoin chat room gave us permission to add it after we felt that it might be of use to our chatters, but please assume that assistance/support in this specific room might be limited.
This post applies only to the Chat27 Android app that was downloadable from the Google Play store. The www.chat27.co.za website is still very much alive and enjoying our full support.
This is the most significant post in Chat27 history. I’m not kidding. By the time you read this, I would have probably been busy writing this post for a long time.
Ons geniet dit vreeslik om te gesels met die mense op die NetPret Klets Kamer, en dink regtig hulle is ‘n groot aanwins tot Chat27.
Ons verwelkom die vriendelike mense by Bos Pub Radio!
Just a quick note that right here, right now, at this very minute, we’re 10 years old today!
Admittedly it’s been difficult to find a solution that’s mobile friendly for Chat27, and that’s why we haven’t implemented anything concrete.
Back in 2010, www.chat2me.co.za was created as sister site to www.chat27.co.za. The idea behind chat2me was to provide a different chatting experience to the chat27 one. Note, not “better” or “worse”, just different.
I’m going to start off this post with an excerpt from an email I received from the developer of the Java chat software Chat27 & Chat2me utilises.
The Chat27 website design has stood the test of time (maybe, you tell me!), and it seems to still be functioning as it was intended 6 years earlier.
It’s been some time coming, and it’s here! I wanted the Chat27 “brand” to reflect what it’s all about, namely “chat” and “South Africa” – the +27 representing SA’s dialling code after all.