An Android Based Global Chat Application

  • Madhuri Dangat


Android is an operating system for mobile phones, tablets and also will be used for Personal Computers also. It includes a touch screen user interface, cellular networks, camera, network data monitoring and all the other features that enable a mobile phone to be called a smartphone. Instant messaging has become so ubiquitous, an entire generation of internet users is probably unaware there was ever life without it. Various apps like whatsapp, Facebook will provide a way to chat with our known persons. They provide a simple approach to connect with people who are already in our contact list.
The main objective of this project is to introduce a methodology to provide Messaging Service over the internet which allows to android based smartphone and tablet users to chat with any person in this world. Our objective is to chat with stranger’s a share and discuss our ideas and thoughts with them. In this application we have use Google Firebase as an real time back end database which provide real time data connectivity using peer-peer connection. You can chat with anyone using the Google real time firebase database.

Keywords: Android, Global Chat, Google Firebase, Cellular networks, peer to peer.


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Dangat, M. (2018). An Android Based Global Chat Application. Asian Journal For Convergence In Technology (Founded by ISB &M School of Technology )), 4(I). journals.v4iI.396
Computer Science and Engineering