The app itself has actually been around for at least a year, but is gaining popularity fast with its combination of Whats App-style messaging (you can send text, images or audio clips) and a Tinder-esque matching system that lets users jump into one-on-one or group chats with strangers near their location.
It's not the first app to strong-arm users into posting what is essentially free advertising, but it does seems a particularly coercive example.
All in all, it's easy to see what Meow Chat has become so popular so quickly, but it seems like the app is not completely harmless - especially for younger users.
In the 21st century, an online service has the potential to garner hundreds of thousands of hits if it is social networking enabled. Now after a decade of connecting with real world friends online, people suddenly have the desire to befriend strangers.
Though not the first chat service to pair up random strangers, Chatroulette did add video zing to the otherwise bland random text chats.
Right now, Eevie's goal topic is taking off her dress, and most of the tips coming in are for her topic of drinking wine.
Neither she nor her viewers seem in a hurry to reach the topic.
Am not kidding.) and plans to introduce custom chat rooms in the future.
Tinychat is a well known player in the field of hosting free video and p2p chat rooms.
Each random chat conversation is referred to as a game and you can restart a new game at any time.
The site requires you to be clothed at all times (No.
Don't you just hate providing all your private information such as your phone number, email address, age and pretty much everything not even a bank requires?