SAN DIEGO May 23, 2012
Social media users have a lot of outlets to use when it comes to voicing an opinion, sharing information or promoting a product, but one tool lacking on many of these platforms is the ability to communicate over video. Kondoot has equipped the world with its first social network platform that incorporates live video broadcasting.
Mark Cracknell University of Queensland Nathan Hoad
Kondoot provides a full sensory social experience that combines the features we love from sites such as Facebook, Skype and YouTube. Users can speak their mind over video – streaming the broadcast to just a few friends or across the 137 countries that currently host the service – and engage with these viewers by chatting simultaneously.
Europe New York $800,000 $3.2 million $10 million
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