Qik is bringing the full featured Qik Video Connect app to the Android Marketplace. The app lets you stay connected through video chat, video mail and video share. And you can chat between Android 2.1-2.33 phones and any iOS4 devices, including the iPad 2 and iPhone 4.
This latest version includes:
? Live video calls over 3G, 4G and Wi-Fi
? Video calls between Qik Android and iPhone/iOS users
? High resolution video calling (up to VGA)
? Receive video mail when you can’t talk live
? Send video mail free trial
? Share live videos to Facebook, Twitter, and more
? Video Feed: See all videos shared by friends
? Instant Connect: Automatically see who in your phone’s contact list is available for a live video call
The app automatically integrates with your phone’s contact list to show you who’s available to chat live, and allows you to video chat using back camera (show what’s happening around you) and/or front camera (show your face).
If you cannot connect with your friends live, you can also send video mail via threaded video mail conversations and you can send video mails to anyone, including friends who don’t have Qik, via email or SMS. The app has also added a few social features, and allows you to connect via Facebook and will notify you when your friends share video on the app. You can play these videos within the app and comment on content. Videos can also be shared through Facebook, Twitter, YouTube, blogs and other sites.
The addition of a live video sharing and recording app in the Android Market is a big development for the company’s technology.
You can download the app from Android Market