These snippets of life are more engaging than the carefully curated images posted to Instagram and Facebook.Now comes Unicorns, an app that streams whatever you're doing on your phone—playing a game, texting, swiping through Tinder.It's like a combination of Periscope or Meerkat and Homescreen, the app that takes a shot of your homescreen and serves as a discovery platform for others, a peek into what apps people are using and what essentials get the coveted dock spot."Your homescreen is personal, which makes it more exciting! "A personality test I read the other day asked questions such as, ' What is the last thing you touch at night—your partner, or your mobile phone,' discovering that most people act like they are in love with their phone."Even if you're not in love with your phone, you're probably territorial about it." says Mai-Li Hammargren of Lookback, the company that created Unicorns (and doesn't believe in job titles. Think about any time you've handed it over to show someone a photo or a Facebook post—the moment they scroll past what you intended them to see, genuine panic sets in.Omegle is a good chat site for talk to strangers, however it’s very hard to find strangers from certain countries on the site. So you can make friends from North America easily on here. So you will need to be lucky for meeting with girls or guys. It’s a free site where you can meet with many people.You don’t need to register to site and you don’t need to have camera for chatting with strangers. Am not kidding.) and plans to introduce custom chat rooms in the future.Tinychat is a well known player in the field of hosting free video and p2p chat rooms.
Via in-app purchase, viewers can purchase coins to give as gifts to broadcasters.
If you use videolink2often and got tired of creating and sending conference link to other participants each time you want to connect, you will probably like personal videolinks.
It allows you to become an owner of videolink and use the same personal link for all future video calls.
A trip to the grocery store or a walk to work becomes a ride-along, a participatory event.
As mundane as these tiny moments seem, they can be fascinating once streamed because the presentation is hyper-realistic, unfiltered and intimate.