Now a days cross messaging apps are getting popular and they are adding tons of new features to stay on the top. Apps like Whatsapp, Viber, Snapchat, KIK, WeChat and many more are giving free text messages, voice calls, video message and image sharing. Today the video messenger Gaint Skype released a new app Skype Qik which works same as other but this only for video messaging. Set up a group and immediately start shooting and swapping videos. Skype Qik is released for all mobile platforms iOS, Android and Windows Phones.
It’s easy to swap video messages with groups of friends and show everyone what’s happening down at the pub, catch up on the latest gossip, or make everyone jealous with your thrift shopping finds. But don’t worry, your silly videos won’t live on for all eternity and come back to haunt you. Each video lasts exactly 2 weeks. And if you send a message by mistake, or don’t like the video, don’t panic! You can erase any video you’ve sent from the chat, whether it’s been watched it or not. If you don’t want to receive messages from someone, you have the ability to block contacts on Android and Windows Phone. This feature will be available on iPhone in the coming months. Via : Skype blog
Main Features of Skype Qik:
• Create groups in a flash: grab a bunch of friends from your phone’s address book and start a private chat.
• 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.
* Mobile data rates may apply.. We recommend using an unlimited data plan or WiFi connection.
** It may be possible for recipients to capture and save videos elsewhere before you delete them from Qik. Not only is Qik brand new, it’s the very first app from Skype…since Skype. That’s as new as it gets.