Samsung ChatON app gets host of new features in latest update

Samsung ChatON app gets host of new features in latest update

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Samsung’s ChatON for Android has a host of new features and improvements in the latest release of the messaging and chat app. There are notable enhancements and details for both the smartphone and the tablet version.

For starters, ChatON now supports simultaneous messages across devices, meaning you can send and receive the same messages across any device in which you are signed in. Additional tweaks include font options, animated icons, and the ability to send multiple images at once.

ChatON v2.0.5 update includes:

  • Sign in Samsung account
  • All connected devices receive the same message simultaneously
  • Move Special buddy to More menu
  • Improvement of My page
  • Multiple profile images & Comment on PostON
  • Change font style of chat room
  • Send multiple images at once
  • Send Anicon/Animessage+text

ChatON Tablet v1.9.3 update includes:

  • Walkie-talkie
  • Improvement of My page
  • Add image effects
  • Add group profile editing
  • Add members of chat room as a group
  • Add typing status

Note that you do not need to own a Samsung device in order for the ChatON app to work for you.

[download_link link=”https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.sec.chaton&hl=en” variation=”hotpink” target=”blank”]Download ChatON for your Android device (Google Play)[/download_link]

Via: MobileBurn

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