Some online chatbots won't show up in mobile browsers.
They are capable of disliking you if you piss them off.
Chatbots4U has the advantage of having some apps you can add to the bot and the method of creating it is fairly simple but you end up doing the most work because they dont understand as well as the rest.
Instead, to find a bot, you type a keyword in the search bar - which could be a company or function name - and you'll get a sub-heading called "bots and businesses". Once you click on one, you enter an IM window, just as though you were talking to a friend. If you message it, you'll get a reply pretty much instantly.
Companies like Argos, CNN and the BBC are already using the platform, and more bots are yet to come.
If you find a link that is not current then please email me I have several chatbots.
They are from three different chat bot hosting companies.Rebot me and second ego are also very easy to customize but again without out templates you will end up doing most of the work or they are really going to fail at conversations. If we weren't able to talk to each other, we'd struggle to get by in life.Using CNN as an example, you can send its chatbot topical words and it'll reply back with relevant news stories. Just like Facebook, it has developed a bot platform into its main IM service. While they're built straight into Facebook Messenger, you have to physically download them on to the Telegram app. Once you get the Telegram app on your i Phone and sign up using your mobile number, you can think about adding bots. The website is essentially a catalogue full of bots.They're categorised based on areas such as games, news and education, and you can also flick through a chart of the best and most recently launched.Following the rules and conventions of human conversation, these bots aim to serve a variety of purposes.