Windows 8, 10 ChatON App is Now Available for Download
Samsung has released its very first Windows 8 apps in the Windows Store and it’s one that many Samsung users have been expecting for quite a while now – the official ChatON app. Targeted at Windows 8 tablet users, the fresh new ChatON app will also work on Windows 8 desktop devices, as well.
If you have a Samsung phone, then most likely you have heard about the ChatON application and chances are that you are even using it, as well. Now, if you happen to own a Windows 8 tablet or another Windows 8 device, you can now use the official Samsung ChatON app to chat with your buddies and friends that are also users of the same service.
No.1 mobile messenger application in the US and France! Create a global social community with over 100 million friends who have ChatON through a Samsung account. You can chat with 70 million friends in ChatON being serviced in 237 countries in 63 langauges. ChatON supports 9 kinds of different platforms including Android, iOS, and web. You can enjoy ChatON on smart phones, tablets, and PCs by signing in with a Samsung account. ChatON is the best social communication service for you. Start now!
ChatON gets released for Windows 8 users
The official ChatON app for Windows 8 users has plenty of features, and among the most important ones you will find the group chat, the sharing multimedia option, the trunk option for chatrooms to see all sent images and videos. Even more, there’s the broadcast function that will let you send the same messages to multiple numbers in individual chat room.
Just like the other apps on iOS and Android, ChatON for Windows 8 comes with the My page function which acts as a personal page and by using the Multi device option, you will get to experience ChatON by connecting a smartphone, Windows 8 tablet or Windows 8 PC.
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