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Mylol is not only a web site, we have an exciting mobile app available on iphone and android. Our mobile app has all the features of our site and even more. You can message, vote, search, upload photos and creat yourself a unique profile. Mylol has an integrated chat. You can chat with members or privately with someone. Where ever you are on mylol you can always access your conversations directly.

Join to start chatting with teenagers today! Mylol is more than a teen site. We are constantly working on Mylol to make it better for you. Create yourself a profile today and start meeting new people! Mylol – Where friends meet! Facebook has been quietly testing a new standalone group video chat app, called Bonfire, which allows up to eight friends to engage in conversation as well as use special effects, similar to those you’d find in apps like Instagram and Snapchat.

While the Bonfire app is currently only available in Denmark, users with it can invite people from all over the world to join their chats via Messenger. This strategy could allow Facebook to create a home for Bonfire with dedicated access to launching a multi-screen group video chat, but also let Messenger’s 1. 2 billion monthly users instantly join in. Facebook building Bonfire in July. At Facebook Inc we continue to build and test new products and services. We already have many great experiences for people to video chat in groups, or as individuals, across the family of apps, including Messenger. We are interested in how everyone uses technology and how we can build great experiences for them.

We’re running a very small test in Denmark of an app we call Bonfire. We have nothing further to share at this time. By nature of its one-country launch, the indication is that this is clearly a test Facebook is performing, and one that seems to cater to the growing popularity of group video chat. The Bonfire app, which has been downloaded only around 2,000 times, said TNW, was first launched on the Danish App Store in mid-August, then updated this month with the ability to do special effects. 50 million funding round led by Sequoia. You can join a Bonfire chat straight from Messenger, and keep using Messenger with Bonfire inlaid as picture-in-picture.

Unlike the other apps in this space, Facebook’s Bonfire seems to designed not only as a way to hang out with friends in a private space through face-to-face conversations, but also a way to feed content back to Facebook’s existing social networking apps, including Facebook itself, Instagram and Messenger. You’re able to take screenshots of your video chat and then share them to Facebook, Instagram, Messenger, and elsewhere without leaving the chat. While chatting on Bonfire, you can switch the screen format from everyone getting equal sized boxes to one where it switches most of the screen to show the person speaking. If you’re in Messenger, you’ll receive a notification if you’re asked to join a Bonfire call, though you can also keep using Messenger with your Bonfire windows inlaid picture-in-picture in the corner. Messenger already has its own split-screen group video calling feature.

But that app is still designed as a utility, with the video feature buried inside. Bonfire brings it to the forefront so you can quickly jump into a chat, but offers the Messenger integration so friends don’t have to go through the chore of downloading a separate app right away. Facebook has spent the last two years aggressively pushing Facebook Live. But the fact is that not everyone is comfortable performing for an audience.

Facebook wants tbh to be its next Instagram. Today, Facebook announced it’s acquiring positivity-focused polling startup tbh and will allow it to operate somewhat independently with its own brand. 5 million downloads and 2. 5 million daily active users in the past nine weeks with its app that lets people anonymously answer kind-hearted multiple-choice questions about friends who then receive the poll results as compliments. Best to bring to a party? Could see becoming a poet? 1 billion poll answers since officially launching in limited states in August, mostly from teens and high school students, and spent weeks topping the free app charts.