FireChat Messaging App Seeks to Build on Success at Hong Kong Protests

FireChat, which allows users to text each other regardless of whether they have a cellular or Wi-Fi connection, disclosed that it has raised more than $10 million and is seeking more.

FireChat, which allows users to text each other regardless of whether they have a cellular or Wi-Fi connection, disclosed that it has raised more than $10 million and is seeking more.

Source:: FireChat Messaging App Seeks to Build on Success at Hong Kong Protests

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