Klip 2.2 with Private Video Sharing: Your Circle

Klip is a new mobile video application, and we recently covered its version 2.0 release. Klip allows users to shoot and share mobile videos on a public stream. Just like with Instagram, you can follow other people and filter videos in the stream using hashtags.

In my previous article, I pointed that the application, unlike competitor SocialCam, did not allow to keep the video you shot private. I am glad to know that yesterday  Klip released its private sharing feature with its 2.2 version update. According to the company, it is done in a better way than its competition since users can share a movie clip within their private circle where they can add friends and family. With other services, a privately shared video can only be viewed by its owner.

The version 2.2 also added the ability to broadcast your Klip activity in your Facebook timeline and quickly browse all your favorite (liked) videos. Currently, Klip provides only one Circle for private sharing, I hope that down the road, users will be able to build a few more so people can share different type of videos with their different social circles. This kind of social circles separation has been done by mobile application ON Voicefeed for messaging.

Check the new features list in the complete article, check the video above to see how it works.

Klip 2.2 private sharing highlights:

Klip 2.2 new Features highlights

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