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WeKiki

4-person video chat platform where strangers become friends

WeKiki is a safe space to meet new friends on the Internet.

The community is vibrant and talking with others face to face helps build lasting relationships--many of our users, though geographically distant, have traveled to meet each other!

Each "party" consists of four video spots that can be filled by any user, or there's a sidebar chat.

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Tribe Calls

Skype, made simple. Cross platform & shareable links.

Néo Mxn- Digital student passionate by fintech
Amazing UI and UX, when you open the app you are in another world. 🤘🏼 The new game feature is really cool and now you can roll a dice and having a call with a random user, so fun !! 🎲 A must have, also work on desktop ! ⬇️
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Switchboard

Turn your phone into a handsfree intercom

Switchboard is your instant voice network. It gives you a hands-free intercom between close friends and colleagues to let you chat more spontaneously, as though you're in the same room. You control your availability so that you're easy to reach when you want and you can focus when you need.

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Bonfire

The new group video chat app from Facebook 🔥

Bonfire is the long-rumored Houseparty competitor for Facebook. It's a group video chat app that lets you hang out with your best friends and meet new ones. Open the app to start video chatting instantly.

It's currently only available in the Danish App Store.

The Next Web
Bonfire, Facebook's group video chat app, has sprung up on the Danish iOS App Store, suggesting the social media giant is slowly rolling it out to customers. We first learned about Bonfire in July of this year. Essentially, it borrows several features from current teen-fave (and Meerkat successor) HouseParty, allowing you to hold video chats ...
The Verge
Facebook is building a standalone app that incorporates ideas from Houseparty, the group video chat app that rose from the ashes of Meerkat, The Verge has learned. The app, which has the working name Bonfire, was recently demonstrated for employees. It is being targeted for a fall release, according to a person familiar with the matter.
The Next Web
Today we discovered Bonfire, Facebook's new group video chat app, on the Danish iOS App Store. At time of writing, it's not available in the US App Store - or any other that we know of. If you want to try out the app for yourself, and you don't live in Denmark, you'll have to get creative.
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What products you are using for video conferencing?

Constantine SharandakThe Hustler @ Proficonf
Circuit - Make your teamwork better
"Circuit brings video and voice conferencing, screen share, team messaging and files together into one app, with very strong mobile capabili… See more
WeKiki - 4-person video chat platform where strangers become friends
"Great way to meet with a group. Not suitable for formal business meeting yet because rooms are not private."
Blue Jeans - #1 cloud-based video conferencing service
"I tried this last week and you have the possibility to stream to Facebook. Another feature I liked is the screen sharing option. The qualit… See more
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