It’s not often we see some of the biggest rivals together. Its not that makes of iPhone and Android are creating anything new together but a company which makes iPhone and Android apps has come with the latest version of their live video calling app between iPhone and Android users.
Qik is here with the latest iteration of its popular video calling app – Qik Video Connect Plus.
The latest version of this app works across Android version 2.1 to 2.3.3 and across all iOS devices such as the iPhones, iPod Touch, Ipad 2. Any apple device with a camera will support this app. With this latest iteration Qik has also introduced video mail for its app users and is currently available as a free trial until June 1, 2011. After which you will have to pay for the subscription to be able to send video mails and you will continue to receive video mails for free.
Qik PR stated: Qik Video Connect is the only mobile video calling solution that also enables video mail. Can’t connect live? No problem. Send a video mail and say—or show—it live and in person. Qik Video Connect offers some cool ways to share videos with your Facebook friends, Twitter followers, on YouTube or your blog. And you don’t even need a front-facing camera on your phone—just show them what’s happening around you.
Android 2.2 Users Note
Qik will only detect the rear camera on an Android 2.2 phone so Android Froyo users who wish to use this service from Qik please contact Qik Support at http://support.qik.com Their developers promise to issue a fix that will add the missing front camera support for your device.
Qik now also offers improved battery life and smother video and much better picture quality in its latest release thanks to better integration with the iPhone and Android devices and their hardware.
Additionally Qik had this to say;
The following devices support VGA quality resolution during Video Chat over Wi-Fi: Samsung Galaxy Tab, Samsung Galaxy Player, Samsung Galaxy S, and Telus Samsung Galaxy S Fascinate 4G.
Download Qik from iTunes for free for a limited time period – June 1, 2011 after which you will have to pay $3 to use it.