Glide (software)

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Original author(s) Glide Talk Ltd.
Development status Active
Operating system iOS, Android, Windows Phone
Type Instant messaging

Glide is an instant video messaging platform[1] for iOS, Android and Windows mobile devices. The app enables a user to live stream broadcast brief video clips, in a similar way as sending text messages.[2] Glide communicates through Wifi, 3G, 4G & LTE. Using the Glide app, users have the ability to send private videos up to 5 minutes to a desired list of contacts. Recipients have the freedom to watch and respond to the video instantly or later. All messages can be watched anytime and saved on the cloud.[3] This Jerusalem-based startup was founded by Jonathan Caras, Adam Korbl, Ari Roisman on May 15, 2012 and was officially launched to the public in March 2013.[4] Glide won the Techcrunch Startup Battlefield Audience Choice award at the publication’s disrupt New York Technology conference in 2013.[1][5] In 2015 Glide has reported to have more than 15 million active users.[6]

Glide is compatible with iPhone and Android platforms. Glide lets you stream videos from these devices and all videos can be saved on the cloud.
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