Glide brings live video messaging to Android Wear

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Video messaging in real-time has become a reality – thanks to Glide, a lightning-fast video messaging app coming to your Android watch. Now you can watch video messages on your Android Wear with Glide. In addition, you can also watch live videos or send voice and photo messages.

Huawei Watch or the 49mm ASUS ZenWatch2 having in-built speakers will be able to view and listen to video messages directly on their wrists and other Android users will be able to receive the messages from their phone. Once the Android Wear users by installs the messaging app they can view videos live or later, and send dictated text, emojis, or live voice messages directly from their watches. See full video here

On the launch of Glide, Ari Roisman CEO of Glidae says, “For decades, television shows and movies like The Jetsons, Dick Tracy, James Bond and Inspector Gadget have promised the arrival of real-time video communication from the wrist,” He also adds “Today, Glide is making science fiction a reality by delivering live video messaging to Android Wear.”

Backed by cloud-bases technology, Glide Video Chat Messenger offers users watching live video or even they can view the recorded video later. All these communications are saved in Glide’s secure private cloud – allowing users to view at any time. Glide has added support for Huawei and ZenWatch users, making it much simpler to communicate and watch video messages from anyone who has sent on your way. It’s also worth noting that Glide’s addition of Android Wear support extends to all Android Wear smart watches.

Glide is available for free for Android users and you can download the app on your smartphone by simple going to Google Play Store. The startup has raised $30 million in financing last year and has seen 10 millions of downloads and billions of messages sent since its debut in Spring 2013.

Source: Business Wire

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Glide brings live video messaging to Android Wear