posted on Jun, 6 2011 @ 07:02 PM
So, it looks like I am not the only one who is increasingly seeing the need for an app like this.
Here is an article I came across and discovered two new apps that may be better than the one we talked about.
Here is a link to the app they describe:
Someone in the comments section stated:
"FYI with Qik, you can setup the the videos to be pushed to YouTube automatically. Why is it important to do that? Because if your phone is suddenly
taken from you while filming, the cop would have access to the Qik app which can delete your recently uploaded video off of Qik's servers. But if you
have pushed the video to YouTube, the YouTube copy will not be deleted by the Qik app.
To setup the YouTube sharing, log into your Qik account using IE (didn't work on firefox for some reason). Select networks, and add a YouTube
account. Next select for all of your published videos to be shared to YouTube automatically. When using the Qik app on your phone, make sure YouTube
sharing is enabled in the settings menu. While filming make sure to select the lock icon to make it an opened lock icon. That means your videos will
automatically be shared on Qik, but it also means those videos will now be pushed to YouTube as well and out of the reach of anyone that confiscates
your phone. "
Here is another program that may even be better than Qik.
If anyone signs into these programs and tests them out, please post results.
The sooner we can tell all of our activist friends about such a valuable program the better.