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I think it would be nice to be able to access your favorite chat rooms through mobile device. How hard would it be to create an app for ios that would allow you to join in on your home chat rooms coversations when you are away from the computer?
I’m sure you could have a mobile non-flash app which would allow mobile phone users to chat with one another and could possibly appear as a seperate chat room (“Mobile,” perhaps) to PC users. Seems plausible to me, but I’m not well versed in the difference between services and resources available to PC or iPhones.
_I am a PC gamer and this was sent from my iPhone._
What about all the people (including me) who have Droids/Not Apple products? Those support flash and some of them are more than powerful enough to handle them even if iPhones/iPads can’t (processor speed, etc…).
> I’m sure you could have a mobile non-flash app which would allow mobile phone users to chat with one another and could possibly appear as a seperate chat room (“Mobile,” perhaps) to PC users.
It is very possible. P.S: personal experiences tells me that
Although, mobile tends to be extremely clunky and laggy and such
I am not sure if a chat that is coded on Java/HTML is able to integrate with flash-based chat of kongregate
Actually, there IS a flash based browser on IOS,
It’s slow as fuck, but it does run games, it really can’t work well though, i’ve never tryed chat with it, but it should in theory work.
[here’s a link](http://itunes.apple.com/us/app/photon-flash-video-player/id430200224?mt=8)
> *Originally posted by **[adv0catus](/forums/1/topics/303001?page=1#posts-6430255):***
hm never heard of that one. i’d assume that it works though.