People from all over the world are used to interact with each other.
And it is quite easier in normal routine days.people chat and text and share photos without any difficulty.
But chating and texting become difficult when people go to some picnic or trip where internet is not available and they are out of cellular range.
Now this problem has been solved by an iPhone app,called “FireChat”,designed for anonymous hyperlocal communication,and most important and beneficial thing regarding this,It does not require an Internet connection or even a cell signal to work.
FireChat takes advantage of the Multipeer Connectivity Framework in iOS 7. This feature allows developers to connect devices to each other using Bluetooth and WiFi.
Users must be within a maximum of 100 feet of another to use the Nearby feature (though they can connect with other users around their countries through the Internet and it works best when users are within 30 feet of each other.
Head of sales and marketing at FireChat developer,Christophe Daligault said,
“We thought that FireChat would provide a great example of what’s possible with P2P mesh networks,”
Now you can chat with people around you – even if there is no Internet connection or mobile phone coverage. It just works and it’s free.