I am looking for a chat application to implement it to my radio 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! I tried but I had problems posting videos and pictures there. Well I started researching on my own then. I made a lot of research in
finding a chatroom for my radio 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.
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.
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.
Hi guys thanks for all the help but Just to make sure I am still with them and I became quite an expert with this so if anyone need some help, just message me.
Well my findings are that staff is nice and application allows you to do just anything in the world you would want. And also price is low if you buy it for one year. Really good thing, I recommend it to anyone. Easy, fast and without any problems.
Well you can't use skype if you want the chat window embed to your website. =) Rumbletalk works really good for us. I personally tested over 20 of these applications and none was as good. Some were good I don't say that not but every application was lacking at something.
Wow, many replies, great! I appreciate that my post helped to one person at least. The thing is that Rumbletalk does not have that big marketing as others has but why would it have? Once you find it you stick with it. Thousands would agree with me.