Samsung’s ChatON messaging service has, at long last, arrived on all the big four – iOS, Android, BlackBerry and Windows Phone operating systems. This might just offer an alternative to those who do not want to use WhatsApp for their very own personal reasons, where the ChatON messaging app allows one to send text, images as well as video clips with one another, regardless of the operating system that is being used. First released in August 2011, Google Play carried the Samsung ChatON messaging app since October 2011, while the iOS version of Samsung ChatON was introduced earlier this year. Folks using the ailing BlackBerry smartphone managed to get their version just a few months ago in April, so Windows Phone is the final bastion that Samsung has finally “breached”. It would be interesting to see just how ChatON might spur the sales of Windows Phone devices, if possible. What do you think? Have you given Samsung’s ChatON messaging app a go on your mobile device already, and what do you think about it?
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