New York, NY (PRWEB) March 30, 2012
If there is a pie chart of worldwide internet activities, chatting would have taken a very large part. Currently, there are many types of messenger applications that anyone can use. Iddin is one of these applications specializing in IM talk. However, this application operates on a different premise: interactive chat with random strangers.
Using Iddin is relatively easy. First, the user can filter the location where the engine can search. A specific country will do, and Iddin can find random strangers from many parts of the world. The developers of Iddin worked on this premise because of the massive personal information spillage all over the world. For the developers, Iddin is all about “fun while maintaining personal privacy.”
Users of Iddin can also opt to share their information by uploading pictures. Any picture is allowed, as long as it is not obscene or graphic. People who chat with random strangers may occasionally encounter naughty chatters. Iddin resolves this by having the block option—a user can block a stranger and they will never ever meet in the chatroom.
Some users refer to Iddin as a love chat application. Some even referred to it as an “online speed dating” simulator. Beyond relationships, however, people can find new friends with varying interests, likes, and dislikes.
A collective study done by some people noted that chatters love to talk about relationship and funny topics, compared to political and controversial ones. Movie buffs can also exchange viable information.
In the latest release of Iddin, people can now invite their friends by sending a personalized email. This simply means another avenue of communication and entertaining chat time.
Iddin is a free web application that specializes in generating random chat with strangers. Users can choose the locations of the strangers, or they can have the engine to search the whole world. Random chat is encouraged to protect the identity of people and also to empower spontaneous connection that is fun and interesting. Users can visit http://www.iddin.com to discover its features.
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