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Holy multiparty video comes to iPhones with Streamweaver is one of the coolest apps I've seen recently. Multi-angle video app that uses multiple phones at same time. It does have competitors, like Vyclone, but the way it brings multi-party video together is pretty stunning. On iPhones right now. Here they come to my house to show it off.
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I just need some friends now to try it with :)
wow, now, finally, Applemmings can kinda hangout too!
What about draining the crap out of your battery lol maybe these tech heads need to figure a way to create the longest lasting battery bar none because that's a huge complaint thing with me and I know a lot of people don't realize it but its frustrating when you are shooting something on video or even just camera and your phone dies..then no calls, no text, etc etc etc.
I'm going to check out that app soon, however I am looking forward to the Android version as well.
Great idea, just forgot the other half of the market.. Never going to spend the money the over priced "I" products. LOL Great Job though
Not sure if this has been already mentioned, but it seems like the Hangout can easily expand itself to this kind of scenario.
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Android has had that for awhile but I'm happy for you Idumbs #iphonesucks
so that's like a security cam monitor?
+Daniel Nesbit Argue all you like, but the leading edge platform and products have been and will be iOS focused. Maybe the future will change, but we're not there yet... and far from there. I walk in to a room and the crowd which define and dictate the market are still all using iPhones.
good way presenting app but one error through out everything. IPHONE IS NOT INNOVATIVE ANY MORE!!! lol it has been the same ever since the beginning. he could of just its much easier to develop on the IOS. well cool app doe wouldn't mind trying.
Wonder why it's not globally available. 
+Rance Lewis we cover that in the video.

+Henrik Mohr because making stuff like this work on a global scale, where you need datacenters closer to you, is difficult for a startup. Startups have limited resources. They need to chew off a smaller problem, make it work there, then expand out.
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