Chat Lobby is like using your i Phone as a time machine to head back to the mid-’90s where so much youth was misspent in AOL chat rooms discussing God knows what. In other words, it’s a lot like the chat rooms I remember from 15 years ago.
The social networking app has a handful of rooms you can visit with titles like Teens Only, Singles, Scene/Emo and 25, but what you’ll find is that the rooms for anyone over 18 are pretty much completely empty, while the other rooms are just a collection of people asking for naked photos and swearing at each other when they don’t get them.
The presence of both digital still and video cameras on cell phones is both a positive and negative.
They allow you to capture those unexpected cannot miss moments, and easily share them with family and friends.
The chats move aggressively fast, but luckily everything you’re witness to is archived in the app.
This makes it easier to catch up if you get behind.
If at some point more people signed on who wanted to have actual discussions, you might really have something here.
Until then, Chat Lobby isn’t quite the must-have app it could be, unless you’re looking to remember the “good old days” of the Internet.
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