My first Qik from my iPhone

Yesterday I visited Qik.com’s headquarters and they loaded a very early version of their iPhone streaming video app onto my iPhone. Here’s the first video I did with it.

Note that this is NOT a jailbroken iPhone, but they needed to do some magic to build me an app that’ll only run on my iPhone. I don’t know when it’ll be submitted to Apple as an official application. But for now I’m having fun trying it out.

33 thoughts on “My first Qik from my iPhone

  1. I’m hearing comments elsewhere that the issue is that Apple won’t officially release the API for video on the iphone, and thus this Qik app is ‘in jail’ unless/until that changes. Anyone know the truth about that?

  2. I’m hearing comments elsewhere that the issue is that Apple won’t officially release the API for video on the iphone, and thus this Qik app is ‘in jail’ unless/until that changes. Anyone know the truth about that?

  3. I think this is the one application that could make me more excited than Google Earth on my iPhone… it took me about 15 seconds to go download that from Appstore when I heard about it!

  4. I think this is the one application that could make me more excited than Google Earth on my iPhone… it took me about 15 seconds to go download that from Appstore when I heard about it!

  5. Dude – you suck! I was totally psyched for about 2 seconds until I read the rest of your post. Oh well, let’s hope this expedites the rest of us getting Qik on our iPhones sooner rather than later.

    Best,
    Aaron | @astrout

  6. Dude – you suck! I was totally psyched for about 2 seconds until I read the rest of your post. Oh well, let’s hope this expedites the rest of us getting Qik on our iPhones sooner rather than later.

    Best,
    Aaron | @astrout

  7. Scoble!!!

    You had me so excited for a second. I read half of the headline (aka the two words “Qik” and “iPhone”) and then fired up the App store on my desktop and tried to search for it. After reading the rest of your article, at least I know that they have a working version of the app. Good post.

    I’m looking forward to more Qik posts from your iPhone and having Qik on my own iPhone. Guess I’ll just have to wait.

    Peace

    Brian

  8. Scoble!!!

    You had me so excited for a second. I read half of the headline (aka the two words “Qik” and “iPhone”) and then fired up the App store on my desktop and tried to search for it. After reading the rest of your article, at least I know that they have a working version of the app. Good post.

    I’m looking forward to more Qik posts from your iPhone and having Qik on my own iPhone. Guess I’ll just have to wait.

    Peace

    Brian

  9. Show off. :-) Pays to be the Scobleizer.

    I’m sooo tempted to jailbreak mine, but sooo fearful of doing so as well. Tell the folks at Qik to hustle up and get and app ready for the masses to use. After all, we can’t all be you Robert.

  10. Show off. :-) Pays to be the Scobleizer.

    I’m sooo tempted to jailbreak mine, but sooo fearful of doing so as well. Tell the folks at Qik to hustle up and get and app ready for the masses to use. After all, we can’t all be you Robert.

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