On February 1st 2015, Samsung will be turning off its ChatOn messaging service around the world, except for in the US which be shutdown later in Q1.
After a brief period of plaguing the rumor mill, Samsung’s ChatOn messaging service is staying put, after all.
Samsung’s Mobile Division could be facing workforce cuts of 30% and a winding-down of various services, including ChatOn messenger and media hub.
Samsung has updated its ChatON instant message software to version 3.5, which introduces recalling of sent messages and larger file sharing, up to 1GB.
A potential Galaxy S5 software feature, multi-party conference calling, has been described by Samsung in a document filed with the Korean Intellectual Property Rights Information Service.
Now that we’ve spent some quality time with it, we’re going to walk you through some of our favorite features of the Samsung Galaxy S4.
Samsung’s cross-platform messenger service ChatON has received its most significant update to date. The update brings many new features and improvements to the ChatON service, which has now hit version 2.0, and is available for Android, iOS, and PC users.
Is Samsung about to anger operators around the world by letting ChatON members make phone calls using data? That’s what several images coming from the Czech Republic seem to suggest. Curiously, this voice enabled ChatON client is being shown on the Galaxy Camera!
Who needs real life friends when you have all your virtual buddies online and available to chat with 24/7, right? If you’re rather partial to Samsung’s ChatON... instant messaging app, the phone maker has just updated the app with more features and bug fixes.
The first thing you probably notice when you load the app is the new ChatON logo, but the other...