Mar 26 AT 12:19 AM Jeff Uberstine 20 Comments

Knocking Live Video provides phone to phone broadcasting

There are a few apps out right now for Android that allow you to broadcast video on your phone’s camera over the internet such as QIK, but Knocking Live Video provides the first way to broadcast phone to phone. This is important especially with the development of the HTC EVO, because now we have a viable way to do video conferencing with the forward-facing camera.

The UI seems to be very good and the app works as advertised. On a standard 3G connection the video is clear and has very little lag. I encourage our readers to try this app out if you have the need for video sharing or conferencing.

A Droid or Nexus One is suggested and Android 1.6 or above is required to install Knocking Live Video Beta.

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