Qik Video Connect for iPhone Lets You Video Chat with Android Friends

Posted by at 11:24 am on March 15, 2011

Qik on Tuesday brought its iPhone video app up to speed with the Android platform with the release of Qik Video Connect. The app brings the two-way video chat that had previously only been an option with Android and lets users of either platform talk to each other. Live sharing has also been improved: a live stream can go up on Facebook or Twitter to watch from the social feed instead of having to go to Qik’s own page.

Video messages are now present and give broadcasters the option of a pre-recorded clip for social networks or through mail. A social video feed makes it easier to track either when streaming starts or a finished clip is up.

A free version of Video Connect provides standard definition video and raw uploads. The $3 Plus version adds HD video uploading from iPhone 4 and fourth-generation iPod touch owners, on-device video editing and real-time effects for any live chat or stream.

The apps should be available later today and need at least iOS 4 along with a camera-equipped device.

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