, Real-Time Chat About TV Programmes You’re Watching

Have you ever wanted to discuss live TV programmes with friends in real-time and share your emotions about what you’re watching?

Launched in October 2011 by four Cameroonian tech entrepreneurs, is a platform that lets you chat about the TV programmes you’re watching and share your emotions and impressions with your friends and other people watching the same TV programme in real-time.

The platform was used during the announcement of the results for the 2011 Cameroon presidential elections and is mostly used during football games in the Barclays Premier League.

The term “djoss” is often used to describe ‘chatter’ or ‘small talk’ in the popular suburban slang of Francophone Cameroon.

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