Video chatting with your friends around the world is completely great way to stay connected with them. A new app called Spin is providing what it calls “real-time together experiences” for groups of people on the delightful platform. “We designed Spin’s technology platform from the ground up to amplify how people naturally act and engage when they’re deeply connected and together” said by Tara Lemmey, CEO and co-founder of Net Power & Light, the company behind the app.
Spin also lets you share Facebook and Flickr photos or YouTube videos with up to nine other people; this functionality can be used for activities, such as showing the entire family pictures from your last vacation, or playing video of a YouTube fire in the background while you’re having virtual coffee with a friend. Everything is done as a shared experience in which what you see on your screen is the exact same thing your friend is seeing on theirs.
Check out this freaking amazing video in action.
Now you can easily invite your friends to chat in advance at a particular time. Spin represents each member of the conversation in small square on the screen that can be smoothly dragged and dropped wherever you like on the page, and can be made larger or smaller as needed.
And you know what, Now Virtual tomatoes and paper airplanes are available to throw at your friends while you chat, isn’t it more fun to the experience. Its a damn silly but absolutely funny experience, you can also make a heart appear on the screen over something you particularly enjoy, draw on your friends photos and give them a virtual standing ovation.
Spin is available now for free from the App Store. The company plans to add additional features, such as recording to the app through in-app purchasing in future.