Listed below are the good and bad side of this site. But don’t just take our word for it, you may check them out for yourself.
- Real-time chat
- Easy sign-up process
- Free to use
- Easy to use
- No verification process
- Not much to do on the website
- Low member activity
- Non-webcam supported
To sign up to Chatpit, you’ll need to input a username, email address and password, and an optional avatar or display photo. If you don’t want to go through this ‘complicated process’ you can also choose to enter the chatroom as a guest with a temporary chat name like guest Landen or guest Lauryn.
There isn’t much to navigate around in Chatpit.
There’s the landing page that provides an overview of what Chatpit is about.
At the bottom right corner, a green speech bubble that informs the user of the easy-to-use chat widget.
At the right side of the screen, there is a link to Chatpit Teen Chat Rooms that if you will direct you to a Welcome page.
There are links that redirect the user to a Chatpit free email page, the Zubbee homepage that is reminiscent of early 2000s Yahoo homepage.
The Chatpit! Boards lands on Chatpit’s Facebook page and the Games link will bring you to Miniclip games> Zmusic Search is just a page that shows Amazon ads for Music.
If you’re one of those people who miss the look and feel of basic HTML and dial-up internet, then Chatpit is for you. From the animated gifs, the Comic Sans font, the banner ads, it will take you to the early days of the internet.
It looks like a place where your login credentials will be breached, and where human traffickers, pedophiles, and just about any predator hangout to take advantage of gullible people. But who cares? You can chat with random strangers anyway.