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NetChat Project

Launched in 26th August 2017.


NetChat is a powerful web chatting software written in Java for the client side, and in PHP and MySQL in the server side, because of the limitations that exist in free hosting.

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Description

The primary idea of NetChat is to exchange messages between the users, just like WhatsApp or Messenger. You create an account, log in and text any other NetChat user you want, simple as that. You can also personalize NetChat using the colors and fonts you feel most comfortable with. Even in poor internet connection the App will still work. As our next step, we see jumping into mobile development, by creating the NetChat App for Android and iOS, which would be a great breakthrough for this project.
It is totally free to use and we'll make sure it always stays that way. Also want to mention that the data that gets exchanged via this Applications will be encoded to prevent phishing or anything similar.
For every unclearity or problem with this application, please feel free to contact me at: andihamolli@yahoo.com directly and you will recieve a message within a period of 2 days.
Yours,
Andi Hamolli,
CEO and founder of NetChat

Images:

Below there are some screenshots of different App Windows of NetChat, where you can chat, configure preferences, edit personal details, log in, register etc.. This shots are taken from windows XP (private reason:D), but they should look similar in most Operating Systems which enclude Windows, MacOS and Linus for the most part.







Downloads

This is the official download page for NetChat v1.0. If you find it anywhere else it is probably fake and might cause harm to your computer. There are two main types of NetChat v1.0 that are aviable right now:
NameVersionSizeDate when uploadedActionSupport
NetChat.exe1.0.0~1.5 MBUploaded on August 26thDownloadWindows only
Download the .exe file if you are on Windows. It should work in most cases. If you are getting an error try the .jar file. Also, please note that you have to have Java installed on your computer or otherwise NetChat will not launch properly.
The download button below will automatically download NetChat.exe on your computer. You can either click that or one of the files from the table.

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