With the growing social networking sites and apps available throughout the globe over numerous devices the users are now glued to at least one among many. Facebook Chat, Chat on, Whats app, etc. are few among the many which offer free chat services. Infact chat apps rule the online social networking sites.
Now Nokia has come up with its upgraded version of Nokia Chat 1.0 beta now with 1.1 beta, which revolves around NFC transfers. Which means that if both friends own NFC-equipped Lumia phones, they can tap to exchange their own details, other contacts or even the apps itself. It's also easier to share locations and contacts within Lumia devices. However, as I said before the app is only confined to Nokia users with NFC.
Tap+Send (NFC) Between Lumia phones-If you have a Lumia with NFC, you can tap+send your chat address, the details of anyone on your chat contact list, and Nokia Chat itself to another NFC-equipped Lumia.
Users can go to the chat home screen menu and select tap+send to share the app, and to send your address to someone already using chat.
Regarding tap and send contact details, the recipient must confirm if they want to add the person their shared contact list. If yes, the recipient will then send an add contact request to the person whose details are shared.
The 1.1 Beta version also offers faster chat and more attractive looks.
In a conversation with many messages, older messages are initially hidden and will automatically become visible as you move up-screen, into your chat history. Message bubbles are also organized in a better way which allows users to see more conversations on a single screen.
Nokia also says that the new chat version allows the user to sign in using their existing chat address.
The newly launched Nokia Chat for Lumia 1.1 is available in Argentina, Australia, Bangladesh, Canada, Chile, Colombia, Finland, Hong Kong, India, Indonesia, Ireland, Macao, Malaysia, Mexico, New Zealand, Nigeria, Pakistan, Peru, Philippines, Saudi Arabia, Singapore, South Africa, Spain, United Arab Emirates, United Kingdom, United States, and Venezuela.