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Yahoo Livetext – A New Way to Connect

A live video texting app, without audio, for iPhone and Android

Yahoo!  today announced Yahoo Livetext, a new app for one-to-one live video texting on iPhone and Android phones. Yahoo Livetext blends the convenience and ease of texting, with the immediacy and vividness of live video, but without the audio – so you can use it in any context.

Yahoo Livetext

Introducing Yahoo Livetext – A New Way to Connect. A live video texting app, without audio, for iPhone and Android. (Photo: Business Wire)

“Every platform shift leads to new forms of communication, driven by our desire to connect and interact in richer ways,” said Adam Cahan, Senior Vice President of Video, Design, and Emerging Products. “We wanted to create a new way to communicate, blending the simplicity of texting with the emotion and immediacy of live video, to make your experience spontaneous and real.”

Yahoo Livetext is a new way to stay in touch – it’s non-intrusive, quick and real-time – yet also fleeting, just like real-life conversations. Interactions, from a goofy smile, to an eye roll and a sigh, mean ‘Lol’ isn’t needed to ensure the meaning of a text message – as real-time reactions are placed at the center of the conversation.

Yahoo has been rolling out Livetext globally, beginning with Hong Kong, Taiwan and Ireland. Tomorrow (July 30) Yahoo Livetext will be available in the App Store and Google Play Store in five new countries – U.S., U.K., Canada, Germany and France.

Bob Benedetti

Former RCAF Fighter Pilot Bob worked for CTV Montreal as a Reporter, Producer and Executive producer for 35 years retiring in 2004. Bob started reporting on personal technology in 1995 at CTV and continues today at Home Technology Montreal

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