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    It is necessary to think about your preferences before looking for the chat rooms best suited for your needs. For instance, you may enjoy typing, or may feel it apt to play a game right from your browser when conversations get monotonous. You may get tired of typing and want to switch to voice or video chat. There are plenty of free chat rooms on the Internet to choose from and satisfy your requirements.

    Be sure to test out all your options before you settle on any one chat room application.

    Modes of Chatting

    Text Chatting

    Text chatting has by far been the most popular mode adopted in chat rooms. You can turn to any of several online communities. Before you join any such chat rooms, you may be prompted to install Java or Flash as appropriate. Alternatively, the provider might have a desktop software program that you’ll need to install.

    Voice and Video Chatting

    Not many people like typing, and so they turn to voice and video. Voice chatting in public rooms is available in most popular public chat room facilities, a notable example being Paltalk. Paltalk also provides video chatting, but for a price.

    Popular Chat Applications

    For chatting in public rooms using text or voice, you can try the hugely popular and free applications like:

    All of these rooms are very user-friendly, and provide a vast variety of chat rooms on subjects including entertainment, education, technology and many more.

    Free Internet chat rooms can also be found at Chatfamily.com. This website has lots of different rooms that you can visit.  The site http://www.justachat.com is a variation of Chatfamily and many users will find it worth trying. Both websites claim to monitor chatting for any objectionable activity, but it is best left to the users to be careful while connecting with complete strangers.

    Programs like Apple iChat and Adium offer voice and video chat if you are using Mac OS X.

    Internet Relay Chat

    If chatting via a website is not your idea of a good time, you can always use IRC (Internet Relay Chat) to talk to people from different walks of life. To access the IRC networks, you will need to download a free IRC client. As a Windows user, the free version of the popular chat program Trillian will allow you to connect to the IRC network. Using Trillian, you can also chat with friends who use other protocols like Gmail, Yahoo and AIM.

    If you are using Mac OS X, you can connect to IRC chat rooms with a free program like Colloquy.

    Alternatively, you may want to consider one of various free casual gaming sites around the internet. Sites like Pogo.com and Kongregate.com offer large chatting communities with many rooms that you can enjoy – all while playing free Adobe Flash based games.

     

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    7 comments
    1. southern sailor

      12 February, 2014 at 10:41 pm

      Hello to ALL you LOSERS out their…”GET A DAMN LIFE WON’T YOU! DAMN!-ROLL DAMN TIDE, FLY FUCKING NAVY!!!!!

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    2. malika

      26 November, 2011 at 5:13 pm

      i like these games

      Reply
    3. Miko

      12 July, 2011 at 6:21 pm

      I would add to the list http://www.rumbletalk.com it is text chat
      that is pure html. You can embed it a website or you can send your friends a link with this chat.
       

      Reply
    4. Tim Fishier

      4 July, 2011 at 9:54 am

      there is another one, – it supports one on one, or group video chat with up to 16 people.. works in a browser, and does not ask you to sign up …
      http://www.koowy.com

      Reply
    5. Rich

      14 March, 2011 at 1:11 am

      I Need a NERD!
      For actual, NERD like work.  It’s a story which will share in full. Basically, there are well over 50 positive references about m
      e on the internet and I govern more than 10 websites.
      However, there is one negative I cannot seem to bury.  I’ve talked to Google (Useless) and I attempted to sue the owner of the reference, but, she seems to be protected by the first amendment.
      I will share with you the dozens of things I’ve done to date, all of which have failed.
      My hope and PRAYER is that you can easily help me resolve the matter with your technical prowess.

      Reply
      • Bohnney

        27 March, 2011 at 9:42 pm

        If  ‘she’ posted something untrue then you have can have an attorney draw up and send a legal document warning her to remove the posting or you will proceed further with legal action. Emphasis in detail how the posting is causing loss in your life.
        If what ‘she’ has said is true….then yeah, she is protected by the 1st amendment.

        Reply
    6. kumar mihir

      30 January, 2011 at 1:32 pm

      i wnt good girl friends

      Reply
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