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Galaxy of Fun and Communication Releases an Update

Posted In Technology devices - By Techtiplib on Thursday, November 24th, 2016 With No Comments »

A Russian indie developer Mobstudio releases an updated version of its popular app Galaxy – Chat & Meet People for Android, iOS, Windows Phone and Java phones. Version 9.1 introduces new features, numerous changes to the interface as well as usability improvement.

To make communication in the chat more convenient some of the menus and options have been combined. So now actions like kicking someone from the chat, navigating through it or viewing someone’s profile are much simpler for the user. Also, several action buttons have been added. They allow users to quickly and easily come back to their character and go to another chat room.

Galaxy of Fun

Visually Galaxy has become more modern and aesthetic. Interface design has been updated to make the look of the app more coherent. Also, by popular request from the users some of the emoticons have been reworked and 18 brand new ones have been added to make it easier and more fun for them to express themselves without words.

To make the chat more user-friendly new features have been introduced to the chat window. Now users can send a private message even to users who have just left the chat room. Moreover, userpics that show the user in the chat room when clicking on them have been added to the chat window.

Overall Galaxy has made another step toward easier communication and quality entertainment.

Galaxy is free and available on iOS 7.0 and higher, Android 2.3 and higher, Windows Phone 7.5 and higher, J2ME MIDP 2.0 and Web.

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Galaxy – Chat & Meet People is a social network for communication and entertainment with over 38 million registered users. It was first released in 2007 for Java phones and since then has grown and won popularity in over 150 countries around the world.

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