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May 30, 2012

Chatwing Extends its Chat Tool with Skype's Help


By Mini Swamy
TMCnet Contributor

Chatwing, which has developed live chat software for websites and blogs, is all set to use the popular VoIP service, Skype (News - Alert), by allowing Skype beginners to find contacts through its versatile and user-friendly Web chat app.


Skype allows professionals to easily conduct business transactions and also helps a large number of people connect with one another. This is what Chatwing is banking on to extend its reach and help users widen their social margins.

As a web chat tool, Chatwing claims that it has helped transform blogs into active chatting lounges with tens and hundreds of topics in its database, and has increased its customer base around the world.

Installing the chat widget takes a very short time. Users need to register their blog domain names. When this is done, Chatwing can modify the appearance of the widget to synchronize with that of the theme. The HTML code that is generated is embedded, and within seconds the widget can be used to chat.

Using Chatwing, anyone can create a customizable live chat feature in a very short span of time and can use their social media accounts to connect. The latest version is also faster and can accommodate up to 600 active chatters.

Ivan Diamond, a Chatwing developer and researcher, noted that the Web chat tool intends to connect people all over the world and also offers active support to Skype beginners. “Our team is working round the clock to provide efficient service for everyone," he added.

Given that Skype is touted to be the world's fastest-growing service for Internet communication and Chatwing is being regarded as the fastest growing chatbox, there seems little doubt that Skype beginners will benefit immensely.




Edited by Brooke Neuman

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