Samsung today has achieve a new milestone in the field of chatting communication for its users because Samsung ChatON Messenger which is company’s own chatting platform is now having more than 100 million users. Company has announced that its messaging service for the smart devices now has crossed 100 million user data base.
The highly popular chatting platform for the smartphone users was originally announced back in October 2011 and it had already reached to 50 million user mark in May this year. Samsung mentioned that the key factor for the success of its chatting platform is the availability of this chatting application on the major OS platforms including Android, Personal Computer, iOS, BlackBerry devices and Windows OS powered devices.
Another good factor for the success of this chatting application is that it comes pre-loaded on all the major Samsung devices including Samsung Galaxy S3, Samsung Galaxy Note II, Samsung galaxy S4 and the latest Samsung Galaxy Note III.
“ChatON has experienced steady growth in India, China, and the United States, and is becoming increasingly popular in Europe and the Middle East. The service was designed to ensure that users across the globe can communicate in multiple languages – ChatON currently supports 63 languages in major countries of the world,” Samsung stated in a special blog post regarding the success of its chatting application.
One another factor for the success of this chatting application is that it is available in 10 Indian languages and now company is planning to increase its support for 13 more regional Indian languages by the end of the 2013.
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