Microsoft Announces Skype Qik, A New Mobile Video Messaging App For Smartphones

Microsoft today announced a new mobile video messaging app called Skype Qik. It is made for capturing moments and sharing it with ease with others. There is not login screen, setup and other complexities, all with one-touch record and sharing. You can set up a group and immediately start shooting and swapping videos. New messages are added to a chat that you can watch like a movie with a single tap. Qik even lets you erase your video right out of the chat.

What can you do with Qik?

• Create groups in a flash: grab a bunch of friends from your phone’s address book and start a private chat.
• Pre-record and send video clips (Qik Fliks): can’t respond right away? Thumbs-ups, smileys and more, starring you.
• Erase your message and it disappears from the conversation.
• Keep it fresh—messages are automatically erased from Qik after two weeks.
• Start a conversation any time—no login, usernames, or passwords needed.

Download it here from Play Store, here from Windows Phone Store and here from Apple App Store.

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