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Qik Goes Official, Comes to the App Store
Thursday, August 13th, 2009 at 6:40 PM - by Jeff Gamet
Qik's self-named video application for the iPhone 3GS finally appeared on Apple's App Store on Thursday, laying claim to the title of first third party app to support all-in-one video capture and sharing. The app was previously available only as an unapproved application to iPhone owners that took the time to "jailbreak" their combination iPod and smartphone.
Qik requires an iPhone 3GS and supports video with audio capture, along with uploading and sharing videos to an online Qik account. The app can tag videos with your current location, supports landscape and portrait orientation when recording, and sharing content to blogs, YouTube, Facebook, and more. Videos, however, can only be uploaded over Wi-Fi networks.
Qik has submitted a version of the app that supports the iPhone 3G and is awaiting Apple's approval. Qik for the iPhone 3GS is free and available for download at Apple's iTunes-based App Store.
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