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Alternative products to YAM

YAM

Get paid to ask or answer questions in video Q&A's

7 alternative and related products to YAM

Whale

Video Q&A with influencers and experts 🐳

ashita achuthan- Product gal
Get paid for your expertise.
Kiki Schirr / ε²η§€ηŽ‰- Founder, WeKiki Video Chat Platform
I miss Whale now that I've switched back to Android! I actually do charge my old phone up to use it still now and again... But that's a pain. There's just no good substitute for Whale.
Carol Mc Keon- CEO/Founder of DataKraft, TekTalent, Ent
I love it, there is an awesome community giving value and its hella fun,
TechCrunch
Justin Kan, YC Partner, serial entrepreneur and one of the internet's most-loved reality stars, has started another venture in the form of Whale, a video Q&A app. Whale lets users post questions and enter into a one-to-one video conversation with an influencer or expert who can offer up the perfect answer.
14 Alternatives to Whale

Convoz

Connecting the world through collaborative conversations.

Convoz is the place for creating public collaborative conversations. If you have a thought, opinion, or feeling, this is the place to share.

TechCrunch
You probably know Chamillionaire from the song "Ridin,'" but did you know the Grammy Award winner is also a successful startup investor? He has had several favorable outcomes, including Cruise, which sold to General Motors and Maker Studios, which was bought by Disney. Now he's trying his hand at a startup of his own.
Both Sides of the Table
If a picture is worth a thousand words then you already know that Chamillionaire is having a great time with his new startup Convoz. He's here on stage with Snoop Dogg and they had just dialed in...
3 Alternatives to Convoz

pop.in

The chat room, reinvented – topical, never empty and live

A pop.in is a spontaneous real-time gathering of people around topics they care about. It opens once multiple people want in on a conversation and when everyone leaves, the pop.in is over. You can start your own pop.in or find pop.ins where people are talking about the things that matter to you.

USA TODAY
Smiletime is now pop.in, emphasizing chat rooms. (Photo: pop.in) LOS ANGELES - Chat rooms are back. Lost from the heyday of the AOL meeting place, where strangers could gather to debate their favorite TV show or sporting team, pop.in, built on the ashes of Smiletime, looks to revive them, with a twist.
Medium
Post, scroll, comment, repeat. Post, scroll, comment, repeat. These days, our online social routine is deeply engrained, almost second nature. And yet, for all of the chatter, we're listening to each other now less than ever. We are networked, but we are not connected.
3 Alternatives to pop.in

Prof. Brain

A messenger app that's the future of Q & A πŸ™Œ

Prof. Brain allows you to ask questions in a variety of subjects and also answer other user's questions. It is chat-based and fully dynamic. The bot is an extension of the chat based Q&A platform GoStudent, where high school students give and get answers. This is the first of many applications in the Q&A area

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