RaidCall has announced today that it has reached more than 10 million registered users worldwide. RaidCall allows users to seamlessly communicate with an unmatched amount of people (up to 20,000 simultaneous users), without paying a dime or setting up servers. With a simple install process, light system requirements and minimal memory usage, RaidCall keeps group conversations fluid and clear, with little to no impact on other concurrently running programs.
They have also just unveiled a new website to commemorate the occasion and showcase its offering, viewable at RaidCall.com
"Equipped with social features like the ability to share and watch live streams all in the same chat window, users can also quickly search through RaidCall’s ever-growing community to find chat groups with similar interests and activities."
Its certainly nice to have an extra option when it come to HD voice chat, Skype can be tempramental, Mumble can be a little confusing to use and MSN isn't what it used to be, but I know a few of my friends use this software, how many of you actually use this software on a daily basis, if at all?
“RaidCall has quickly become the premier free group communication software for work, online gaming and staying in touch with friends and family,” said RaidCall Marketing Manager, Aviva Woo. “Our ambition is to grow RaidCall into the de facto standard for powering community interaction, whether in a work environment or around popular forms of entertainment. With over 10 million users worldwide, we’re confident that we’ll quickly scale to new heights based on our free, high-quality software that requires little processing power, which is currently unmatched by any other provider in the industry.”