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Qik video streaming coming to iPhone

updated 01:15 am EDT, Fri June 13, 2008

Qik video streaming

Qik on Thursday added iPhone compatibility to its live internet streaming capture service - Qik is avidly used by investigative journalist Robert Scoble, among others. Qik allows users to create a live stream from an internet-enabled camera device (such as the iPhone) for live reporting coverage, or other similar instances. The service requires users to be signed up with a data plan -- an unlimited plan is highly recommended for the amount of data used by the app.

Qik is currently in a closed alpha testing at the moment, with registration opportunities available through email invitations from the company. Interested users can apply through Qik's website.



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