Qik Premium Service Costs $5 for Android

As rumored, Qik has outlined its premium service subscription, which will cost $5 a month from July 15th. Before that date, all the new features are free to try out now—including higher than VGA video quality, unlimited video archiving, video mail, the ability to upload and share video with the camera, automatic… » 6/04/10 11:59am 6/04/10 11:59am

Qik Cellphone Video Streaming Now Available On Nokia and Sony Ericsson…

Qik, the service that turns a smartphone with a data plan into a live-streaming webcam, now works with over a dozen feature/non-smart/dumb phones with a new J2ME client currently in alpha. If you're a proud owner of one of the following 13 phones, you can start fiddling with the alpha today; and on top of that, Qik… » 10/20/08 11:50am 10/20/08 11:50am

Qik Video Streaming Goes To Public Beta, iPhone App Still Coming

Qik's video streaming service is now open to the public as a beta version to anyone with a 3G or wi-fi connection on their compatible Symbian or Windows Mobile Phone. Qik also told Venture Beat that they are still at work on an iPhone client, though they didn't address the possibility it would be rejected. » 7/21/08 7:51pm 7/21/08 7:51pm

Qik Video Streaming Finally Comes to iPhone

Qik has a video showing off a demo app for the iPhone, bringing the popular video streaming service to the Apple platform. The iPhone isn't designed to record video, but Qik has not only made it possible to record, but also stream it to their lifecasting site, where people can watch your handiwork. Much like the video… » 6/12/08 4:51pm 6/12/08 4:51pm

Qik's Cellphone Video Broadcasting App Coming to Windows Mobile

Qik's been doing live video streaming (think live YouTube) from Nokia S60 cellphones for a few months now, but Mobilecrunch has the scoop that they're expanding to Windows Mobile phones shortly. The support and partnership will be officially announced next week at Tech-Ed, which will give WM users the ability to… » 6/06/08 2:10pm 6/06/08 2:10pm

Qik Streams Live Video From Nokia Phones, Beats YouTube By a Parsec

Here's a video Lam streamed to me live, direct from his Nokia N95 phone in Tahoe using the qik system. Not only could I see and hear what he was doing in real time, I could even type to him and have the words show up on his phone. It only works on Nokia phones (N70, N80 and N90-series included), but just imagine… » 12/20/07 1:45pm 12/20/07 1:45pm