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Another Chatroulette app hits Apple's wholesome App Store

So about 20 days ago we told you that Apple had removed a Chatroulette-like app from the App Store called iChatr. iChatr was exclusive to iPhone 4 owners who happened to have earphones. Earlier this week an app called Chatisfaction hit the App Store and this promises randomized video chats on iPhone 4s and Evos. These video chats between strangers are setup based on similar likes, location, and gender. 

The app even promises to push out random video chats based on no similarities, FUN!. Also, Evo and iPhone 4 owners can now video chat, randomly, making Fring a thing of the past. So the moral of this story is that we’ll most likely have another post up in about a week telling you that Chatisfaction was yanked from the App Store. 

You can get Chatisfaction here for $4.99, (Pricey?!) if you dare. 

via App Advice

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