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From in-app private messaging to livestreaming video chat, smartphones help kids and teens broadcast their message to the world.Text Messaging Studies done by researchers at the Pew Institute found that texting is currently the most popular method of communication among teens aged 13-17, with the average teen sending and receiving around 30 messages per day[1].This is why we tried to do so that Internet speed requirements in VIGO LIVE would fit all our user needs at the maximum extent! Simply invite your chat friend to a private date and remember: what happens in a chat room, stays in a chat room.Wherever you are, you can login and start chatting, application works via 3G, LTE and Wi-Fi. Our chat was made for adult people from all over the world - the app is available in 10 languages!Many teens have an email address, which is necessary to sign up for various social media platforms, websites like Facebook or Twitter and to register with most apps. Even though email services have evolved to better filter spam, limit messages from unknown senders and allow you to filter messages based on priority, type etc., this form of communication among teens is certainly decreasing. We can get online, learn about everything that is out there, and get into chat rooms where we can meet people who have similar interests to those that we have.So, how are we supposed to find just what we need in order to find those things that we need?

This application is completely cross-platform, that is, you can easily log into application from smartphone, tablet or PC, using all the popular operating systems.• Safety.Gone are the days when cell phones were used only to make calls and send text messages.The advent of the smartphone has given rise to thousands of apps which make communicating easier and more entertaining than ever.About 33% of teens with smartphones are using services like Whats App and Kik to send these messages to their friends.Why use an app when texting is built into the phone?

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