Dear partners and users of partner applications. We would like to inform you about the conduct of the planned technical works with servers of partners: video chats Vanilla Show and game maps Gnome Nations. Servers of partners will moving to a more convenient and reliable house — new data center are already waiting they with more powerful hardware stuffing to improve performance.
Technical work will start 13.10.2016 at 6:00 am EDT. We will try to finish the work as quickly as possible;)
After some of our recent updates, we received a number of comments regarding the importance of a list of viewers in every broadcast. We agree that removing it was a mistake. We enhanced the design, made the list even more convenient and are adding it back today. From now on, your friends with the “online” status will be shown in the general chat, and a list of viewers will be shown in broadcast rooms.
We are hard at work further improving our international video broadcasting service, Vanilla Show.
There was a time when the application allowed users to start a broadcast and watch others’ steams at the same time. It was the key feature of our service. Unfortunately, as they kept chasing design improvements and better atmosphere, our developers got rid of it. Today, we present a new version of the service that brings a lot of minor optimizations, bug fixes and returns the long-awaited function!
Most of you are aware of this problem: delusional users often barge in on your stream and start calling names, trolling, and taking all the joy out of your online communication. We have improved the privacy mechanism to protect you against this.
Privacy settings can now be configured for the entire room and not just an individual video stream. It does not matter if your video steam is running or not.
You can now grant access to your room only to your friends and by invitation. Or by invitation only.
From now on, invitations remain valid until the room owner cancels them.
You can view the full list of invited users.
This is free! Coins are no longer charged for private video streams.
This update also improves the dialog boxes for connecting to shows, fixes some bugs, and makes some other minor improvements.
Have a pleasant day and even more pleasant viewers!
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