Fun2shoot, which allows users to quickly shoot and share live streams, now comes to the Android platform. The Fun2Shoot app is already available for Nokia S60, Symbian 3 and Windows mobile, and now Android users can enjoy its live shooting, sharing and broadcasting abilities. It is available for download on the Google Play app store. Users can live stream videos from their mobile to their favourite social network and contacts. It features a dynamic browser-based interface; integrated web storage and one click social sharing. This live video solution claims to be ideal for anyone who hasa live video situation they would like to broadcast.
Fun2shoot live mobile video broadcasting app for Android
It eliminates the hassle of recording a video and then uploading it to another site via PC. Users can instead provide a live feed of events on the ground as they happen. So, the app allows shooting and sharing the video while broadcasting it. Android users can broadcast their vacation, parties, journeys, traffic jams, birthdays, weddings and many such events, which are usually shared only as pictures and recorded videos. With Fun2Shoot, the video is original and unedited as you broadcast the LIVE video. Thus, enabling live broadcast from a mobile phone to be shared with another mobile or web in near real-time.
“At Fun2Shoot we have strived to make mobile video sharing simple and fun, enabling anyone with a mobile device to share their life in real-time. By bringing our video streaming application to the Android platform, Fun2Shoot is reinforcing its commitment to providing innovative video solutions for users worldwide. Our unique technology delivers the best possible live streaming experience even from a 2.5G + network. Fun2Shoot creates an all together different experience, clubbed with our revolutionary technology which helps audience on the move,” said a representative of Fun2Shoot.
Moreover, all the live videos are stored as archives and can also be shared from archives. Fun2Shoot brings some nifty features for its Android users in the form of call management, zoom and shoot, search features while broadcasting, and single click process. Fun2Shoot had recently powered Nokia Channel Me and was a hit in a short span of time by converting more than 1,00,000 users into live video broadcasters.
Users can also join the large Fun2Shoot community from within the app and the user is automatically signed in and can begin linking mobile devices and other accounts. Users can also view videos listed under recently added or most viewed categories. All that the user needs to do is get registered on Fun2shoot’s website. The Android Market aka Google Play is being inundated with apps.