ChatON 3.5 Lets You Delete Wrong or Regrettable Messages
Article by George Norman
On 14 Apr 2014
Samsung recently updated its free ChatON messenger app to version 3.5. The update comes with a cool new message cancellation feature that lets you delete sent messages. Message cancelation works like this: tap and hold a messages bubble, select the Recall option, and the message will disappear.

ChatON 3.5 comes with other interesting new features:
Large files sharing – files up to 1GB in size can be shared via the ChatON app.
Location sharing – share your location in real-time thanks to Glympse integration.

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ChatOn, the global mobile instant messaging service offered for free by Samsung, has been updated to version 3.5. As the developer explained, this is a major upgrade that puts enhanced features at your disposal. Here is a quick look at the main new features that ChatON 3.5 has to offer.

The most interesting new feature introduced by ChatON 3.5 is the option to recall or cancel messages. Say you sent a message to a contact and moments later you decide to take it back. With ChatON 3.5 you can do precisely that. Just tap and hold the message bubble you want to remove; select the Recall option from the menu that shows up and the message will disappear.

If you sent a message to the wrong person, you can recall that message.

If you said something you regret and want to take it back, you can recall that message.



Another new feature that ChatON has to offer is the option to share large files. You see, ChatON version 3.5 lets you share files up to 1GB in size. If you have a large high-quality video for example, you can now easily share it with other ChatON users.



The Glympse app has been integrated with ChatON. This means that ChatON 3.5 lets you share your location in real-time for a specified period of time. Your ChatON contacts can see where you are and you can see where your ChatON contacts are.



Other ChatON 3.5 improvements: group chats capacity has been increased from 200 to 1001 persons; manage ChatON and SMS/MMS from the same sender in one chat room; enhanced translation features with the addition of Arabic, Turkish, Farsi and Hindi.

Samsung’s ChatON app is available for multiple platforms: Windows, Android, iPhone, Windows Phone, Blackberry, web, Samsung feature phones.
ChatON can be used simultaneously across five devices. Your ChatON profile, chat list and buddy list will be synced automatically across these five devices.
You will need a Samsung Account to get started with ChatON.

Additional information on ChatON is available here.




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