Firechat Messaging App Works without Internet Connection

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    Robin C

    Firechat is a new messaging app released by Openground that stands out from regular messaging app. Firechat is available only for iOS devices right now and it uses iOS 7 most advanced technology Multipeer Connectivity Framework to work without internet connection. Its a brilliant messaging app that lets anyone to create a community chat room and start chatting. Ofcourse, it is a public chat room and anyone can join and chat with other members which also has privacy issues.


    If you are connected to internet then you can watch and join public discussion under “Everyone” tab. “Nearby” tab lets you listen and talk to people near you. If you are entering a mall or theater then you can open firechat to see what people discuss. Following are the features firechat currently offers.

    Firechat Features

    • Instantly message anyone around you on iPhone, iPad or iPod touch,
    • Chat and share photos with one person or with a group,
    • See what people are talking about everywhere, or create conversations that only people near you can join,
    • Works even without any Internet connection or any type of mobile coverage
    • “Nearby chat” works best within 30 feet of your location
    • Easy: no Facebook or email login, no password to remember,
    • Use it at home or when traveling anywhere in the world,
    • No significant impact on battery consumption,
    • FireChat is designed for iOS 7.

    It is just a beginning and firechat has to go long walk in development to add more features in upcoming updates. Right now, firechat is a cool messaging app to chat with anonymous people. Thanks for reading and have a wonderful day.

    Download Firechat from iTunes App Store

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