- Last update: 2 years ago
- Version: 18.104.22.168
- Size: 9.35M
- Compatibility: 4.1 and up
- Author: SimSimi Inc.
- Content rating: Mature 17+
- Package name: com.ismaker.android.simsimi
- Last update: 2 years ago
- Version: 6.8.4
- Size: 46.8 MB
- Compatibility: Requires iOS 8.0 or later. Compatible with iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch.
- Author: SimSimi Inc.
- Content rating: You must be at least 17 years old to download this app.
- Languages: English, Arabic, Cebuano, Central Kurdish, Croatian, Dutch, Filipino, Finnish, French, German, Greek, Hebrew, Hungarian, Indonesian, Italian, Japanese, Korean, Malay, Persian, Polish, Portuguese, Russian, Simplified Chinese, Spanish, Thai, Traditional Chinese, Turkish, Vietnamese
- In-App Purchases:
- No banner Ads $2.99
- Simsimi's magic show $0.99
- Feed Milk X5 $0.99
- 100 Eggs $2.99
- Feed Milk X100 $4.99
- Feed Milk X20 $1.99
- Feed Milk X50 $2.99
- 500 Eggs $4.99
- 300 Points $2.99
- 1000 Eggs $9.99
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SimSimi: Does The Human Factor Always Work Out? Review
Have you ever felt ultimately bored while standing in a tediously long line or commuting to another part of the city? Have you ever felt lonely and wishing that you could talk to someone, but all your friends were busy? You no longer have to find yourself in situations like these because SimSimi online free chat is an intelligent chat robot that has a response to virtually anything you say and is always there for you.
SimSimi chat app is ready to revolutionize your understanding of the artificial intelligence. It was designed to be a friendly chat robot that you can always talk to. SimSimi can be taught to respond to any statement by any app user. That way, when you’re talking to SimSimi, you’re actually talking to thousands of other users. All you have to do is open the app and start typing your message. Once you hit “Send,” SimSimi will give you an answer, based on what it was prompted to reply to a statement like yours by some other user.
Conversations with SimSimi are fun, unpredictable and feel natural because the responses are given not by a robot, but an actual person. SimSimi works in a way that is similar to Siri or Google Now, but it won’t act as your personal assistant, only as a conversation partner.
You might be apprehensive of SimSimi because it can be edited by anyone and thus can respond in a completely unexpected way. If you’re afraid that you or your child using SimSimi will be faced with the bad language, you can set up the SimSimi app in such a way that it blocks all the “dirty” words. Alternatively, you can turn the filter off and report anything you find inappropriate to the team of developers. To do that, you simply have to tap on the SimSimi’s speech bubble with the reply containing a bad word or anything else that you consider inappropriate. Your report will be reviewed by the developers, and if the response is offensive indeed, it will be deleted (in most cases, inappropriate responses have to be reported by at least two users from two different devices to be removed).
If you feel like you want to do SimSimi more than just “purify” the robot’s answers, you can start teaching it what to say yourself. While you’re talking to SimSimi, there’s bound to be a situation when SimSimi is at a loss for words and can give you no response. That’s because no one has said anything like that to SimSimi before, and consequently, no one has prompted the robot what to answer in such case. If SimSimi can’t answer you, it will tell you so and give you a link in its speech bubble. If you choose to click the link, you’ll see a screen with two windows. One of them will contain the word(s) you’ve just said, and the other one will be empty so that you can type your preferred response there. You can be as creative as you wish, but remember that many people (and, possibly, children) are going to see that response, so make sure that your answer is not offensive to anyone who may read it.
If you’re suddenly out of questions while talking to SimSimi, you can perform a quick search online for ideas, as some users who discover funny topics or responses from SimSimi post them online. Reliving someone else’s experience is not very entertaining, but it may start a conversation that’ll give you a lot of fun responses.
SimSimi works like any other messenger you’re used to, except that you talk to a chat robot instead of your colleagues or friends. Thus, it is designed to look like most other messenger apps. There’s nothing special or striking about the user interface of SimSimi, but it is pleasant enough to look at and use, so it works just fine.
Using SimSimi is fairly simple: all you have to do is install the app, open it, and start chatting. However, it is not all plain sailing because SimSimi is ad-supported, so your conversation might be interrupted with a full-screen ad from time to time. What’s more, there is always a banner ad at the bottom of the screen which can be pretty distracting, especially while you’re typing your own message.
Apart from that, you’re unlikely to experience any problems with SimSimi. It is available in many languages (you can choose during the first launch and then change your choice any time), the app is bug-free and stable, and the interface is really intuitive and easy to use.
Cross-Platform Use 8/10
SimSimi is officially available for devices that run on iOS, Android, and Windows. It means that if you own a Mac, a Chromebook, a Linux-based PC, or a Windows Mobile smartphone, you’ll be missing out on SimSimi. Admittedly, the app has all the major platforms covered, but it would’ve been nice to see a version of SimSimi at least for Mac computers.
SimSimi is a free app, but you can make a number of purchases within it. First of all, you can buy an ad-free version (which will cost you $2.99). Second, you can buy Milk and Eggs to feed to SimSimi (the price depends on the quantity bought). Finally, you can load on Points so that you can manage the words you’ve taught SimSimi (see how many people actually got that response or make SimSimi use your response more often).
SimSimi can be fun when you’re stuck in a situation when you need to kill some time. Instead of playing a random game on your phone, you could just open SimSimi and engage in an entertaining (and a little chaotic) conversation with users from all over the world. However, you should bear in mind that SimSimi grants every user with complete anonymity, so some people are tempted to mess with the chatbot and add some nasty responses. Thus, never take whatever SimSimi takes seriously and remember to turn on the bad language filter if your kids are using SimSimi.Collapse
If you have some time to kill or a group of friends to entertain, you can go on and download SimSimi chat app – just don’t expect to get anything more than a good laugh out of it.
Pros : An interesting crowdsourced project;
Good way to kill some time or have fun with a group of friends;
Easy to use;
Available for a multitude of languages.
Cons : Annoying ads;
Some users add offensive responses;
Not available for Mac and Linux PCs.
Cross-platform use 4.0
Average : 4.4