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Gabriel Lewis- 🤔House Party is one of the best ways to video chat with multiple people at once. It works incredibly well, and has a really fun, unique interface. The video quality is impressive. You can lock a "Room" to have only you and someone else, but you can have up to 8 people on the screen at once! Give it a try.
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MetroThe latest app that has captured the imagination teenagers these days is Houseparty which, thankfully, has nothing to do with alcohol and everything to do with video chatting with friends.
BuzzFeedWith Facebook reportedly hard at work cloning its group video chat service, Houseparty is playing some offense. Houseparty, an app which connects people with their friends in spontaneous video chats, is today releasing its first major product update - a new feature that lets users form groups of up to 16 people, and call them in organized video chats.
Wsj8/9/2017 10:15AM The group video chat app Houseparty is gaining traction among teens and young adults. We asked some users to explain it all -- to their parents. Photo/Video: Heather Seidel/The Wall Street Journal
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Islands connects you with people, places and communities you care about at your college. Finding your people is a core, primal need and unlocks human potential.
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Product HuntGreg Isenberg started his first company at age 13 and sold his previous one to StumbleUpon in 2013. He recently raised $1.85m from Greylock and others for his new app, after living on college campuses for the past year. Greg is here to share what he's learned with the community.
MashableGreg Isenberg has seen how other apps grow. That's why he's at the University of Alabama with his new app, Islands. It's already the hot new thing as students start classes for the fall 2017 semester. "Who wants to meet people the most? It's people at college.
Teen VogueAs millions of students around the country find their bearings during the first few weeks of school, one thing remains universal: connecting with like-minded people on campus can be a challenge. But Islands, "your new home...
VentureBeatIslands wants to take over colleges in the U.S. by connecting like-minded students through events and activities, and today the startup announced the close of its $1.85 million seed round. A string of notable investors participated, including Greylock Partners, entrepreneur Scott Belsky, and Lorne Michaels' Broadway Video Ventures.
Inc.comOver the years I've regularly facilitated "founders' weekends" in Los Angeles, where I work with a number of CEOs developing new startups. At these weekends, companies like Breather and Quietly were vetted before launching. At one of these weekends, I met startup founder Greg Isenberg.