With Facebook snapping up Masquerade, Twitter pushing Periscope and Snapchat’s new ‘Chat 2.0’ update expanding video functionality and video filters on the network, it’s clear that the major names in social media are betting big on video. Watching video clips online is a fundamental internet activity.Among online 16-34s, for example, it’s almost 95% who are watching video, and even among the oldest group tracked by GWI (the 55-64s) it’s 8 in 10 who are engaging.The best thing about these apps to chat with random people is that they don’t restrict to whom you can chat and more secure to use.You can start conversations in the random chat room which will provide you access to people who used to be out of your reach.A private messaging app that takes from your existing social media profiles and adds them to your “bubble.” The content is posted for all of your friends to see.
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Video chats are not only convenient – we’re always with our smartphones so we can hold a video chat wherever or whenever – it also offers the chance to talk to someone else face-to-face. While most smartphones come equipped with built-in video software, they may not function across all platforms.
Since nearly everyone has a smartphone capable of handling video chats, it’s no surprise more people are discussing business ventures and opportunities via their phones.
Whereas back in mid-2014, 3G users outnumbered 4G users by about 2 to 1, nowadays internet users are more likely to be using 4G.
And with better mobile internet speeds comes better opportunities for video watching, sharing and calling.