A new update from Qik now allows users using their Qik Video Connect software to make cross-platform video calling. Using Android phones with version 2.1 or higher, iPhone, iPad 2 and Apple’s iPod Touch with a camera, to connect via video calling.
Video calls can be made using the Qik Video Connect app via either 3G, 4G, or WiFi and the app allows either the front or rear cameras to be used on compatible devices. The new Qik update has also boosted video quality and now puts less of a drain on battery life than in previous versions. Watch a demo video of the new Qik Video Connect in action after the jump.
The compatibility is still restricted to a number of Android devices at the moment but Qik is looking to expand the compatibility in the near future.
Currently the following mobiles are supported by Qik :
iPhone , iPod Touch (4th Gen), iPad 2, Sprint HTC EVO 4G , Sprint Samsung Epic, Sprint Samsung Galaxy Tab, T-Mobile MyTouch 4G , T-Mobile Samsung Galaxy Tab, T-Mobile Galaxy S 4G , T-Mobile Dell Streak 7, AT&T Motorola Atrix, Telus Galaxy S Fascinate 4G and Samsung Galaxy Player.
Source : QikFiled Under: Android News, iPhone Apps, Mobile Phone News