New Delhi: Move over WhatsApp. Here comes a revolutionary chatting app that has taken the mobile messaging to another level.
With this, you are able to send and receive messages even when you do not have an actual Internet or Wi-Fi data connection.
Yes, you read it right.
This iOS-enabled app uses Apple's Multipeer Connectivity framework essentially a peer-to-peer feature that lets you share messages with other app users nearby.
"FireChat allows the device to connect directly to others nearby using Bluetooth, peer-to-peer Wi-Fi or traditional Wi-Fi networks so you do not actually need a data connection," Micha Benoliel, CEO of Open Garden firm that developed the app was quoted as saying.
The Apple's Multipeer Connectivity APIs can be used for everything from collaborative editing and file sharing, to multiplayer gaming and sensor aggregation, said a report in wired.com.