Tagged: video chat
other methods of showing off the system.
a couple hours ago we learned that Cooliris had released a lovely new app by the name of Liveshare for Android and iOS devices. I happened to have a Samsung Continuum here, just waiting for review, so I thought hey, let's take a peek at this cool new app! Thusly, here it is: Cooliris Liveshare, an application made for you to find fabulous events around your area, take photos at them, and share them with the world using the Cooliris 3D Wall through Facebook, email, or other social sites such as your own personal one (using a simple embed code, if you're in to that sort of thing.) Then you can also view (from your phone) other photos from the event, including images of a young man wearing a baseball cap that I'm almost certain wasn't actually at the Black Veil Brides concert at Slim's.
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, according to a leak to AndroidGuys, it turns out the functionality may add even more on top of the EVO 4G's basic monthly costs. They've received a leaked screenshot purportedly from inside Sprint, which tips a $4.99 monthly service charge for the Qik video call system. That would be paid via Paypal rather than included in your monthly Sprint bill. With Skype video calling for Android expected later on in the year, we're reluctant to start paying Sprint (or Qik) $5 a month for the same service.