Airtime group video chat

Four years after falling flat as a random chat “roulette” site, video sharing service Airtime has been relaunched as a free group video chat mobile app.

The brainchild of Napster co-founder Sean Parker, Airtime was launched in 2011 as a live video chat site. It generated a huge level of buzz, stringing up endorsements from the likes of Snoop Dogg, Olivia Munn and Martha Stewart.

Yet within a matter of months, a lack of user activity rendered the site dormant. The concept was effectively dead and buried.

But now, Parker and his team have totally revived Airtime as a dynamic group video chat room.

Airtime Group Video Chat Relaunched

Available as a free iOS and Android app, this new version of Airtime enables users to create a private room, invite others to join and then drop in a diverse range of media in order to experience it collectively. Thanks to Airtime’s heavily-integrated interface, that media can be pulled directly from mainstream sites like YouTube, Vimeo, SoundCloud and


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Source: Small Business Trends