|By Marketwired .||
|April 30, 2014 09:15 AM EDT||
MONTREAL, QC -- (Marketwired) -- 04/30/14 -- ChitrChatr Communications Inc. (CSE: CHA) (FRANKFURT: CA9) (OTC Pink: CHICF) (PINKSHEETS: CHICF) ("ChitrChatr") (www.chitrchatr.com), developer of Comprehensive Universal Unified Communications Platforms (CUUCP), announces a proposed expansion of its programming staff to accelerate the pace of development and a proposed relocation of its program development to new facilities in Bangalore, India, to more than double the current location's size.
The ChitrChatr team of 20 programmers will be expanded to as many as 42 programmers, adding significant capabilities to enhance and facilitate development of the ChitrChatr CUUCP.
Founding subscriber demand for the CUUCP has led the Company to move to expand both its staff and physical plant. As previously announced, founding subscribership expanded by 388% month over month, for the month ending March 31, 2014. ChitrChatr expects this trend to continue.
ChitrChatr's stock trades on 3 markets: in Canada on the Canadian Securities Exchange (CSE) under the trading symbol 'CHA', in Germany on the Frankfurt Stock Exchange (FRA) under the symbol 'CA9', and in the United States on the Over The Counter Market (OTC) under the symbol "CHICF".
About ChitrChatr's CUUCP
Subscribers can take a detailed look into the features and operation of the ChitrChatr CUUCP on YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=F_Srm59iA18.
ChitrChatr's CUUCP will enable unified communications by using an engineered protocol of the different services at the server side. Individual software applications (apps) such as Yahoo, WhatsApp, MSN, Google Hangouts, Viber, Facebook, Skype, Fringe etc. are not required to be installed for ChitrChatr to work for such app services. By using only ChitrChatr for all of your communications, you can enhance the efficiency of your system resource needs and reduce your battery load.
ChitrChatr 's CUUCP plans to be the ultimate communications platform, giving users voice/audio, video, conference calls, multi-protocol chat services, social network messaging, text/SMS (Short Message Service), fax services, and email -- all rolled into one free messaging application. Subscribers only pay for calls made to mobile and PSTN (Public Switched Telephone Network) telephones; several competitive, affordable subscription plans will be available.
The ChitrChatr technology is based on VoIP (Voice over Internet Protocol) and uses internet services and data transmission, rather than the public circuit-switched telephone networks of land telephone lines, cellular networks and satellite service.
When a ChitrChatr subscriber logs onto the Comprehensive Universal Unified Communications Platform (CUUCP), it will automatically log into all other accounts of the subscriber in services such as Yahoo, WhatsApp, MSN, Google Hangouts, Viber, Facebook, Skype, Fringe etc. The subscriber will be able to communicate with their contacts in all other platforms within ChitrChatr without having to log into each individual account. Screen sharing, and sending and receiving files will also be a feature available in the Instant Messaging window. The initial release of ChitrChatr is expected to include various languages including: English, Spanish, French, German, Chinese and Standard Hindi.
Features of ChitrChatr's CUUCP
ChitrChatr's planned platform will feature chat and video calling, group messaging, conference calls, and text services all for free. It is not only a mobile messaging application; it can also be accessed from your desktop. ChitrChatr's CUUCP will allow you to communicate with another CUUCP user (on any platform) by instant messaging, audio or video conference calls.
No longer will you have to switch from WhatsApp, to Google Hangouts, to Facebook Messenger, to MSN, to Yahoo, etc., to send/receive messages to specific contacts. ChitrChatr will incorporate all your contacts on all your different chat and video calling applications under one umbrella, making it much easier to connect with contacts on different platforms. You will be able to obtain one or more phone numbers from over 65 countries and forward incoming calls to any other phone number, whether you are on or offline.
ChitrChatr email will incorporate all the features currently available on other platforms like Microsoft Outlook, Gmail, Hotmail, Yahoo, and will allow you to receive emails from different email accounts into a consolidated ChitrChatr email management platform. You will be able to reply back from ChitrChatr using your incoming email account (i.e. Gmail) as a default for that particular reply. One sign in will allow you to reply, regardless of the platform.
While setting up your ChitrChatr preferences, you will input all your social network sites. Every time you log into ChitrChatr, you will automatically be logged into all other social network sites and can easily be directed to your social media network of choice. If for example, a friend sends you a message through Facebook Chat, you will receive these messages in ChitrChatr and be able to reply back without having to switch applications.
One of the most unique features of ChitrChatr's text/SMS will be your ability to reply from a forwarded number with the recipient receiving your actual SMS number instead of the number from which you forwarded the message.
With a ChitrChatr phone number, you will be able to send and receive telephone, SMS/text, and faxes to and from that single number. When someone sends you a fax, the ChitrChatr system will identify it as a fax and allow you to send it to a fax machine via email as well as view the fax on your ChitrChatr app on your desktop or cell phone. As a subscriber, you will be able to choose your preferences while setting up your account.
Neither the CSE nor the Frankfurt Stock Exchange nor the OTC Markets have reviewed, approved or disapproved the content of this press release.
This press release may include forward-looking information within the meaning of Canadian securities legislation, concerning the expected business and commencement of trading in the common stock of ChitrChatr. The forward looking information is based on certain key expectations and assumptions made by the company's management. Although the company believes that the expectations and assumptions on which such forward-looking information is based are reasonable, undue reliance should not be placed on the forward-looking information because the company can give no assurance that they will prove to be correct. These forward-looking statements are made as of the date of this press release and the company disclaims any intent or obligation to update publicly any forward-looking information, whether as a result of new information, future events or results or otherwise, other than as required by applicable securities laws.
On Behalf of ChitrChatr Communications Inc.
President & Chief Executive Officer
For further information please Email: [email protected]
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