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Group Video Chat, IM and Screen-Sharing of Movies and Applications with Rabbit

Robin Good's insight:

Rabbit is a new downloadable software app (for Mac only now) that allows you to instant message, video conference with multiple parties and to screencast and share in real-time any music, video clip or app.

"Today, a startup company called Rabbit is launching a closed beta of their "video chat and content sharing application".

But the best way to describe it is a cool and very modern implementation of instant messaging.

The most compelling feature of the app can be distilled down to this: group video conferencing with the ability to screencast music, movies and applications from your Mac.

This means you can watch a movie from a service such as Netflix with your friends in real time. Or you can crop and share a specific part of your web browser or any other Mac app and broadcast it to your friends.

The app is a native Mac client (other platforms to come later), and offers the ability to video chat with an unlimited number of people. People are grouped into Rooms and presented to you in priority based on your own friends, and within each room, individual groups can participate in their own conversations."

Source: MacRumors



More info / Sign-up for Beta:

Andreas Wåhlström's curator insight, February 18, 2013 3:23 PM

Underbart Mac - program! Revolutionerande?

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Instantaneous Push-To-Talk Video Chat: QuicklyChat

Instantaneous Push-To-Talk Video Chat: QuicklyChat | Online Collaboration Tools |

Robin Good: QuicklyChat is a new real-time collaboration downloadable software for PCs and Macs (Linux coming) which allows you to easily video chat with your teammates.

Key characterizing trait for Quicklychat is its ability to auto-signal to your contacts whether you are effectively busy or not (depending on what you are actually doing on your computer - this is configurable) and to connect to any of your contacts in one-second time.

From the official site: "The biggest difference between QuicklyChat and conventional video communication is that QuicklyChat auto-answers incoming calls when the recipient is available.

Incoming connections are displayed in an unobtrusive notification window, so you can keep working if you're in the middle of an important thought, without having to think about how to respond to an incoming call."

Free to use.

Review on Techcrunch



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