Gaming and App Reviews - - by Niall De'Ath

App of the Week: RealTalk

App of the Week: RealTalk Image: Successful Business Co.

People are a social bunch, and there is a certain thrill to meeting new and interesting people. But sometimes there can be boundaries to socializing in the real world, such as nerves, disability or just basic laziness. Many of those who fall into these categories, as well as those who do not, often find themselves trying out online meet and greets, Omegle and Chat Roulette being popular options. But there is one problem; you might see more dicks than any human could possibly handle.

RealTalk aims to solves the epidemic of inappropriate content you might run into, and to add a layer of mystery to proceedings. It does this by making all interactions pixelated, as if you were watching a late night prank show. Anonymity, privacy and risk free chats are a result.

You can pick topic areas to get matched with a similar minded other, and then enjoy a video conversation/argument over who is the best X-man (SKIN, obviously).

By reducing the clarity of videos, chatting with other users has an air of intrigue, and lets you see just enough to get a rough idea of who ever you may be speaking with. Like attending a masked ball, it allows users to overcome a number of inhibiting personal barriers, not the least being a drastic reduction in NSFW occurrences. We’ve been to some very odd masked balls in our time.

While some could use it to turn a hard as nails detective onto the next series of clues from a string of grizzly crimes, it’s an intriguing and fun app for everyone with normal agendas. Isn’t that right, Detective Sampson?

RealTalk is available for free for both iPhone and iPad, and setting ups profile is quick and painless. If you are looking for a social platform without the inherent risks of talking with the unrestricted darker elements of internet, this is the app to choose.


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