Weblin is a Chrome extension developed by weblin.extension.
According to the data from Chrome web store, current version of Weblin is 1.2.4, updated on 2022-12-31.
166 users have installed this extension. 3 users have rated this extension with an average rating of 5.00.
Avatars and Things on Web Pages
Weblin is THE tool for intuitive communication on web pages. You get an avatar everywhere on the web and meet other avatars on the pages you visit.
Weblin makes using the web easier and more versatile than ever before. Chat, video calls, forums and events on any website - without additional tools and completely anonymous.
● Chat with other avatars and site visitors - websites become your personal place of interaction
● Start video conferences with friends or your whole community on any website.
● Use the items in your backpack: mini-games, NFTs, business cards, and much more.
● Host online events on your website: with friends, customers, or partners. The meeting becomes a real experience.
● For companies: Inform and engage your target group with a guided web tour that employs interactions with virtual items to persist your message to the max.
How to use weblin:
✅ After the installation, your avatar will appear at the bottom of the screen.
✅ Personalize your avatar with a username and configure the visual appearance: either with a ready-made avatar or using the avatar designer to create an individual avatar: https://weblin.io/Avatars
✅ In the menu you will find all settings, items, and functions.
✅ Click on your avatar to chat or double click an avatar you meet
Included in the extension:
👍 Animated 3D Avatars
👍 Avatars from games on web pages
👍 Chat and video conference on any website
👍 Virtual items: mine resources, craft things, exchange items on any web page
👍 Activity points and web page ownership
👍 Privacy protection and anonymity
👍 Maximum security through browser sandbox without native programs
👍 High performance and minimal memory requirements
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a brilliant idea for social networking
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