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Free video chat and the future of communication

Editor's review Page 2 of 2

Published 21 Dec 2012

[cont'd] whether they are a member or not. There is no need for the caller to join the service or download and install anything. If you like, you  can start a quick group video chat called a 'kickback' that's similar to Google Hangouts. Kickbacks can have up to four frends in group chat and isn't restricted to Reflap members - any friend that knows the link can join in.  All you have to do is to start off the kickback and share it on Facebook, Twitter or by email. If you want to meet new people you can try the 'bouncing' feature and meet people on the go from your school, city or any country of your choice.
 
All you need to bring to the table with Reflap is a computer with Adobe Flash installed, a webcam - if you want to make video calls -  and, of course,  your sparkling personality. It's very simple to use, totally free and seems to be a viable alternative to Skype and Google Hangouts. It has the ability to act as a one on one video chat room as well as multi person rooms without the need for the caller to download or install anything. It offers the chance to chat with old friends or to make new ones using the 'bouncing' feature. Reflap is a great video chat app that could well put social chatting back on the agenda and steal back some of Facebook's advantage.