Qik (pronounced ‘quick’) is one of the leading live mobile video streaming platforms. Qik enables anyone to stream video live from their mobile phones to the web, from anywhere in the world. Users can stream live video to the Internet in just two clicks from their Windows Mobile phones, and join others as they watch online and engage in live interactive chat. Windows Mobile phones have been gaining in popularity worldwide, and Qik wants to leverage the popularity of the platform.
Qik announced an invitation-only alpha release of its product support for the Motorola Q and the Samsung Blackjack, Windows Mobile phones. Users can request an invitation for the service by signing up at http://qik.com/. The company is working closely with the Windows Mobile team to get the product offering into beta in the coming months, as well as expanding to additional Windows Mobile phones.
Note: The alpha of the Qik runtime for Windows Mobile phones is available in a closed alpha form. Email [email protected] to request an invite (currently restricted to the first 50 requests, others will be added to a waitlist), says aniyer.
Source:→ James Blog