Ninchat is a persistent chat service that also provides live video meetings and filesharing functions. The chat always stays on, even when the user is not online, and maintains an unlimited message history. Users can have multiple channels for people, interest groups, or work groups, each with its own web address and message history. Users can opt to receive notifications any time their name or a specified word is mentioned in a channel. Ninchat users can hold video or audio meetings with up to 12 speakers and unlimited viewers.
Ninchat provides a REST API that allows developers to create custom clients, functionalities, or bots for the service.
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