In the age of the quick, the GIF and the ephemeral, video calling apps like Skype are perfectly fine for work-related or more “formal” type of conversations. But what about for when you just want to send a quick video
Qik, the video messaging service, is shutting down. The long-standing service is ushering users over to Skype in their stead. Neither is a surprising move, really — Skype bought Qik in 2011, and it makes little sense to have
All you hyper-avid followers of Android Community and the Android platform in general may already be aware of the Video Chat app Qik. Heading to our Qik portal and you’ll see instantly how much the Qik ecosystem has already
Qik has launched the latest version of its video calling app, Qik Video Connect, promising cross-platform calls between Android and iOS devices. The new app – a free download – now allows you to see your iPhone, iPod
Qik has been an extremely popular mobile video chat, mail and sharing application since its introduction which leaves no room for surprise that Skype wanted to acquire the company and all their technologies. Now Skype has fully
Qik, the mobile video recording, sharing and chat application has told Engadget that they are definitely planning to integrate FaceTime compatibility as soon as the free APIs are released by Apple.
Not too long ago we found out Qik would be charging for “premium features”. This was an additional fee of $4.99 a month. Couple this fee with the 4G and hotspot fee and the EVO was becoming quite an expensive device to own.
After a leak late last week suggesting that video chat on the HTC EVO 4G using the Qik app would be subject to a $4.99 monthly fee, the Qik team themselves have piped up to quell dissent. According to the company’s blog,
One of the things Sprint didn’t have ready in time for our HTC EVO 4G review was Qik video chat functionality, the ability to make video calls to other Qik users via the smartphone’s front-facing camera. Now,
Since the day aTrackdog was released it has by far been my most used app. I use it at least twice a day. I’m kind of obsessed with keeping my apps updated even if the update breaks the app which is the case way too often. But,