The 'Airtime' App Integrates Different Social Media Interfaces

By: Hayley McGlone - Jul 13, 2016
References: airtime & theverge
'Airtime' has just been relaunched on iOS and Android as an app. The video-chatting app has been updated to make it more competitive in the saturated market of messaging platforms. Airtime has been integrated with various other social platforms like YouTube and Spotify so that Airtime users can drop in text, videos, music and photos into group chats.

The updated app lets users create a room and invite up to five other users. Group members can also send a signal to a group message to notify them of something new. Airtime blends video chatting and livestreaming, since only six members can video chat or post in the group, but up to 250 people can monitor a "room." Airtime is all about creating "a shared experience" for users. Its integration of other platforms definitely sets it apart from other video chatting and messaging apps.