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Wink [App]SimSimi

SimSimi is a super advanced chatting robot that makes amusing conversation to engage with users.

Using this app is really simple. Just start a talk session at your touch screen then SimSimi will instantly greet you with a cheerful chat. Like those typical messaging apps, just send your message through a chatting box. Don’t be surprised by SimSimi’s fast response. It’s a super-duper robot, you know!

SimSimi’s vocabulary grows by your input. You can teach SimSimi your own words as other users teach their own ones too.

If SimSimi has no data to answer your former message, it will say 'I HAVE NO RESPONSE'. Then you might select the 'TEACH' tab and instruct it your own words in a paired form of ‘request & response’. Once you teach SimSimi a pair of words, it will make a response with those words immediately (approx. 3 minutes).

Have fun with the cutest chatting robot ever, SimSimi!

Now, it is on Windows Phone!!
Welcome to intro this App to other forum.
You can download it from Marketplace after 2 weeks, but now you can download it and try it here!

Attention: It's not working perfectly on Sumsang DFT8773 ROM
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really cool app. you should add a back option so that you can change the language
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