LOS ANGELES — CameraBoys.com, the award-winning gay cam site, has begun to unveil several improvements designed to enhance the user experience from start to finish, Adult Webmaster Empire announced Tuesday.
In announcing the improvements to CameraBoys, which is powered by LiveJasmin.com, AWE said simply "the best gay cam site just got better."
CameraBoys is now offering access to all member-features with a simple and free registration. After earning some major industry accolades the last two years, the site came out with what the creators believe is another winning update. Now the pages load equally fast on mobile or on desktop and a large percentage of live streams are available in HD quality, the company said.
CameraBoys is built around an active and vibrant community of live participants from diverse geographical and cultural locations. The company says that a quick browse on the front page reveals "a plethora of opportunities you may find while trying to find the best guy for the occasion, whether scanning through the stunningly simple yet beautiful list page or deploying the page’s innovative search function."
AWE, a leading live cam affiliate program, has made the CameraBoys' design a focal point. Aside from showcasing a diverse selection of talent, from seasoned ruffians to eager young performers, CameraBoys’ parent site also received an award this year for providing the best mobile experience – the site design this portal also shares.
Considering the number of available guys (currently thousands), AWE said that CameraBoys' fans "will be hard-pressed not to use the 200 Favorite slots now offered with each user account, making it extremely easy to access those previously picked out special dudes."
"To find your lad du jour, the new search feature also ingeniously serves up results of all kinds: from body type to cock size, or from the newly minted to the seasoned soldier," the company said. "The system automatically generates results based on your previous searches too, so you preferences are deliciously served up every time."