MIT Technology Review’s Winston Ross writes up new app Air (formerly called Yevvo) which allows users to live-stream their every move via their mobile devices.
Ross writes, “There’s good reason to think live-streaming video could thrive. A service like Vine, which makes it easy to post short videos on Facebook and Twitter, is appealing because it reduces the amount of time between when something happens and when other people get to see it. Meanwhile Snapchat’s ephemeral promise makes it a medium for sharing even the most impulsive and unguarded moments, delivered to recipients instantly rather than crowded into a feed. Live-streaming apps offer a similar, even more colorful method for unfettered and unfiltered communication.”
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