Kamcord

Live stream anything on your phone's screen

#3 Product of the DayApril 25, 2016

Reviews

Discussion

You need to become a Contributor to join the discussion - Find out how.
Cole Mercer@colemercer · Product @ SoundCloud
So is this basically twitch.tv but for your mobile screen? Any ability to stream in private rooms as well? Can you use front facing cameras at the same time?
EricMaker@ethreep0 · Head of Partnerships
@colemercer yes, the front facing camera plays a huge part of the experience! Each stream has facecam, voice overlay, and of course the screen. we haven't added private rooms yet, but it's definitely something we're considering.
EricMaker@ethreep0 · Head of Partnerships
Hey folks! I'll be checking the page throughout the day to answer your questions :) Happy to answer questions on the product, share thoughts on influencer marketing, or discuss the live streaming space at large.
EricMaker@ethreep0 · Head of Partnerships
For those looking to try streaming instead of just viewing, you can stream directly from Android 5.0+ devices! If you're on iPhone, you need to connect to a computer in order to stream.
Aram Shahinyan@aramiggs · Art Director at ZOOM GRAPHICS
@ethreep0 always the same, it works easily and simply on Android, and needs more efforts on apple :)
Jared Schaffer@jbschaff · Founder/Product, The Tribe 🕴 Dallas, TX
How is this going to stick around on the app store? what makes kamcord different from other screen recording apps that got kicked off, like vidyo?
Azam Khan@azamkhan · Content Strategist
@ethreep0 Hey Eric how's it going?
Gabriel Reynard@gabrielreynard · Business Lover ✌
Seems to be a cool product, is this a thing for gaming industry like? But you can stream everything on your phone, like you watching Snapchats from friends, or navigating thru Facebook?
Ben Tossell@bentossell · Co-Founder, Token Daily
@gabrielreynard I think gaming was the initial focus but now its for everything
Gabriel Reynard@gabrielreynard · Business Lover ✌
EricMaker@ethreep0 · Head of Partnerships
@gabrielreynard we got our start in gaming but expanded aggressively into non-gaming verticals when we observed users sharing new types of content. The dominant use cases we see is creators interacting with fans through social media. For example, it's very common for YouTube influencers to open fan Snapchats in stream and answer questions.
Tom Bielecki@tombielecki · Cofounder, PrintToPeer
@ethreep0 opening fan snapchats publicly seems like a violation of privacy to me, isn't the point of sending a snap that only that person can see it?
EricMaker@ethreep0 · Head of Partnerships
@tombielecki the fans are actually watching the stream and sending the snaps with messages to be showed in stream. So far it's been an amazing interaction that streamers and fans have loved
orliesaurus@orliesaurus · Lasers handler
I'm a huge fan because I was talking with my friend @framp about building this...but then we googled and found Kamcord with lots of kids streaming clash of clans :D
Javi@ios_javi · Designer + Entrepreneur + Future PM
Nice idea! Looking forward to YouTubers using this