Facebook, with 500 million plus of its users and growing, will definitely see SocialEyes as another weapon in its formidable arsenal, offering two-way video service. We’re talking about live video here, catering for several people simultaneously to Facebook users and others in order to make it easier to collaborate where work is concerned. Of course, for less serious matters, it can be used to keep a bunch of fans connected to one another, or for the more adventurous, to learn how to play an instrument remotely. Will SocialEyes be well monetized as they roll out live video chats and video message support for over 500 million Facebook members? Currently, the free video service works great for three to six people at once, although it is capable of handling up to nine people at once, too.
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