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This social client merges IRC-like channels with Skype-like VoIP communication, creating a unique hybrid that may be valuable to gamers.

RaidCall said on Wednesday that is has reached more than 10 million registered users worldwide. Don't know what RaidCall is? Neither did we, but the company's PR firm said that the VoIP/IM chat service is highly popular overseas, and is now looking to battle Skype and Ventrillo here in the United States. Its biggest selling point? The ability to handle 20,000 simultaneous callers

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Interface is meh.

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the interface looks horrific

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Nice to see. Personally, I don't care about the Interface but more about the underlying technologies. GUIs are easy to change.

Hopefully there next step is to support more platforms. Its not a Skype competitor until it does.

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Holy crap that looks like crap (N)

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If I saw this running on a PC I'd uninstall it thinking it was rogue/malware, WTF UI!?

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mabye it's a skin guys... note the tshirt on the top... they prolly have it skinned to go with that anime avatar they got...

this app looks great for minecraft stuff as well.

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From their web site:

Free & Light

bullet_yellow.pngSetting up is fast and easy; with no need to rent or set up servers

bullet_yellow.pngLow CPU usage and minimum memory footprint allows for smooth, uninterrupted communication

Group Communication

bullet_yellow.pngHold up to 10,000 users at a time in a single RaidCall group

bullet_yellow.pngHi-Fi quality voice chat from anywhere in the world

bullet_yellow.pngFlexible group management system

bullet_yellow.pngAdditional features like voice recorder, poll, announcements, activity log, and more

Instant Messaging

bullet_yellow.pngFile transferring and screenshot sharing

bullet_yellow.pngChat records

bullet_yellow.pngPersonalized themes

bullet_yellow.pngEmoticons

Video Broadcast

bullet_yellow.pngShare YouTube videos within RaidCall group

bullet_yellow.pngChat within group while watching embedded Twitch and own3D streams

Social features

bullet_yellow.pngDiscover new online communities based on similar interests, games, and activities

bullet_yellow.pngSynchronize your RaidCall account with your Facebook and invite your friends to join your group

Fancy Features

bullet_yellow.pngSpecial speaking modes fit for every occasion

bullet_yellow.pngOptional reverbs for music effects

bullet_yellow.pngModerator system

bullet_yellow.pngProcess your voice with soundcard or software media players

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Oh I thought that said America Online

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The interface looks terrible but at least the client can't possibly be as poorly optimised as Skype.

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that interface looks like something a kid would design.

registered users means nothing. would companies stop using that statistic?

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I'm surprised none of you have heard (pun not intended! lol) of Raidcall before now. I've used it in the past a few times and I quite like it. Glad it's starting to get some traction around the globe. I tried getting my Ventrilo buddies to switch over to it at one point, but that didn't work out so good.

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