Glide live video messaging comes to Windows Phone

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Glide, a mildly popular video messaging app for mobile devices has finally launched a Windows Phone 8.1 and Window 10 Mobile mobile app. Citing demand from 10s of millions of consumers, the company today announced its full featured Windows Phone app and promises feature updates quickly.

The app is somewhat of a Skype competitor, albeit with the caveat that it actually has a decent Windows Phone app for now.Video messaging is present, as are group chats and one to oen personal chats. The only hurdle is a comparative lack of users compared to Whatsapp and Messenger, but if one’s social circle used Glide, that would be nothing more than a theoretical hurdle.

See screenshots of the app below;

  • Glide is an awesome free tool for anyone who wants to chat with their friends and family in a fast, personal way. It’s also really useful for: • Group chats of up to 50 people – family chats, BFFs, study groups, etc.
  •  Keeping in touch with people who live far away – the conversation can happen whenever is best for each person, so timezones aren’t an issue..
  • Talking to grandparents – Glide is very simple and doesn’t require typing, so young kids can use it easily.
  •  Sign language – Glide is proud to be widely used by deaf and hard of hearing communities around the world who prefer the convenience of video chat.

Try out Glide from the Windows Phone store here.

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