Paltalk for Mac

Paltalk for mac is in the working and you can guys try it out
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24 thoughts on “Paltalk for Mac

  1. I went to a Apple Store and install it πŸ™‚ but it got stuck in logging, it never pass the logging screen. Maybe because it was an apple store computer lol

  2. ‘@locohacker Bro you better start working on Objective C for your programs. Hahah just kidding. Nice UI. I did test it in my friends Mac Air. But a bit lagging. Still waiting for the stable update tho. πŸ™‚

  3. I tried this…and it is fantastic. Β Some of the new ways of doing things are very streamlined….there is some things missing, like the font styles/color support….and a few other things…but over all it is a good direction. Β  I hope it keeps going….

  4. BTW, they just released a similar beta for Windows (same layout and functionality of the Mac Beta)… can install both the new Beta and classic PaltalkΒ at the same time, but not run them at the same time.

  5. I see there is a new update out paltalk for mac first download size was 32.1 mb the new one is 33.7 mb with the same link as above to download paltalk for mac

  6. Paltalk has given to all test version released 3-4-5 months ago. James send all people Beta (old version). He incredulous man : )

    1 month ago I received this version (stole)

  7. Sowndflower work good to play sound in paltalk for mac and it’s free /soundflower/

    Soundflower is an open source kernel extension for Mac OS X, designed to create a virtual audio output device that can also act as an input.

    Initial support for the development and maintenance of Soundflower was provided by Cycling ’74. In 2014, Cycling ’74 passed stewardship of Soundflower to Rogue Amoeba, and we maintained a fork of the project. Unfortunately, we haven’t had the time and resources to devote to improving the product.

    Thankfully, at the end of 2015, Soundflower’s original author Matt Ingalls picked up the baton. We expect he’ll be providing some updates to Soundflower in the near future, via this GitHub link.

    If you’re looking to use Soundflower, that’s the link to check out!

    tutorial video:

    hope it works for you enjoy


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