I've been talking to 4chan users recently using the cross-platform application called Two Way Walkie Talkie. There's no registrating. You just type in a channel number and push-to-talk. I've spoken to people from countries all over the world, and I'm sure loads more have just been chilling out listening.
The app is great, but sometimes it crashes pretty frequently. It will go great for a long while, then crash like crazy. I'm just wondering if somebody is able to suggest an application that is just as good, but more stable. Open-source is good also. More features is also better.
If you would like to speak with us sometime, download the app and go to channel 757575.
We have generals on /soc/ often, so check there also if you want.
Zello and quite primitive but popular CB radio chat.
Listen all the time at work with BT headset niggers trash-talk, man are they skilled with words, no wonder all rappers are black.
I'm relying solely on you then to kickstart some discussion. I can't talk on there right now.
I'm thinking it could be used for whose who isolate themselves too much on 4chan, lose touch with reality, being socially outcast, and need to talk to people - anyone, but can't leave the house and make that connection. They can speak to real people on here.
Getting people to understand the potential of this is a pain in the ass.
Why is this even a discussion. Everyone knows 4chan is a giant lair of anonymous introverts just talking shit and once in a while having relevant posts. No one wants to socials. Gtfo.
OP, I'm an amateur android dev (but professional java developer) looking for an interesting project. If you'd be down, it'd be cool to chat with you on the official Android Dev IRC.
Reply here if you'd be down
>OP, I'm an amateur android dev (but professional java developer) looking for an interesting project. If you'd be down, it'd be cool to chat with you on the official Android Dev IRC.
>Reply here if you'd be down
I'm totally interested. I'm not the developer of Two Way, but sent an email to the dev yesterday detailing bugs, and suggested he release the code so that people could help better the app. I'm not able to program myself, but learning.
I could probably introduce you to the Android SDK / Java if you're interested. It would help immensely if you've coded before in some capacity. Get on IRC and go to #android-dev on the Freenode network.
You have to register your name on the network first, just a heads up.