orb3000 · May 12, 2011 at 03:00 am

ChatCentral for Windows Phone 7

Here’s another chat application for your Windows Phone 7 developed by XDA member JoeTheFro. ChatCentral does not feature a list of channels like other apps of its kind, so in order to join a channel you will need to do so by typing in a name and letting others to know that you are there. This was done in an attempt to keep chats kind of private, so you don’t have random people just showing up. According to the developer, most items will have context menus, settings, avatars (synced with server), push messaging, and the option to find people around you. The app is still in beta stage, so there is plenty of room for improvement. Please post your feedback.

Originally posted by JoeTheFro
So this is an app i am currently working on. In the end it will be ad supported, but for now i will be sharing it here.

Once you are in, feel free to look me up : thefro : and say hi!

This is a work in progress, so obviously not everything is in place yet.

Working:
You and others join channels to chat in.
Settings and avatar (synced with server)
Push Messaging
Find people around you

Kinda Working:
All is well for now…

 

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