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Unread postby eddies21 » 14 May 2015, 21:13

Hello,
I am looking for a chat application to implement it to my website. I don't have idea which to use or which is best. I came across RumbleTalk and Cbox but still looking for more options before I decide which to take.

Have in mind I want to be able to post youtube videos and charts into it and I also want to have option for design makeover.

Thanks!!
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Re: Live chat

Unread postby eddies21 » 21 May 2015, 21:00

Well I started researching on my own then. I made a lot of research in
finding a chatroom for my website. I used envolve for a
while till they closed up, pitty. I tried IRC but I truly did not like
the look and feel and the “mess” of text in there.
I had several points which are important to me.
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– First I needed a chat that can be seen in mobile (all versions) so I
narrowed down the search for html5 chat room that look good on both
mobile and pc.
2 – I needed a custom design, I needed my background to be black or transparent. This was very hard to find (my site is dark).
3 – I do not like to install the chat in my server as this is high cpu and resource consumer. So I need a chat service.
4 – Lastly, I needed the ability to add youtube videos and upload files (technical analysis).
I have checked several chats and only 2 met my needs, RumbleTalk and Cbox.
I choose RumbleTalk finally as it can be integrated into my page and not only as toolbar.

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Re: Live chat

Unread postby eddies21 » 30 Oct 2015, 20:56

Guys, tested over 20 of them. When I say them I mean html chat applications! =) Well, some were good, some were bad, and some were really amazing. I am staying with the Amazing one and that is Rumbletalk.

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Re: Live chat

Unread postby eddies21 » 30 Oct 2015, 21:01

Hey peeps! Whats up? :) Well I hope you don't mind me letting you all know that I was researching many of html chat application. Well after all the testing we have decided that we stick with Rumbletalk, because with it we get the most for the amount of money invested. It is thousand times better than free applications but still not expensive to not be able to afford it. For sure it is worth it's money!

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Re: Live chat

Unread postby eddies21 » 16 Mar 2016, 17:32

Why I started using Rumbletalk?

1. I am able to post youtube videos, charts, pictures and it all looks nice
2. I am able to manage my own design just as much as I would like
3. I have the ability to export the chat logs(increase SEO with this)
4. I can use it on my blog, webpage and facebook page at the same time and it is synchronizing really well
5. Works really well on phones
6. It is html5 based and it is not a resourse hog
7. Nice support(got help when I needed it)

With Rumbletalk you can also do the blogging tactics which works very well as well.

Rumbletalk also offers a free trial now! More info here: Rumbletalk free trial!

Let me know what you think!

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Re: Live chat

Unread postby GustavoWoltmann » 18 Apr 2016, 09:44

Hi there Eddie!

I would like to say thank you for this great review, really! I personally tried quite a lot of chat applications for websites and it is true that Rumbletalk is the best one. I am using it on my facebook channel, blog and on my website for the last 14 days, it works amazingly.

Thanks again! Please keep us updated! :)
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