Rabbit Video Chat Lets You Remotely Watch Videos With Others

By: Rahul Kalvapalle - Published: Aug 19, 2014 • References: & gizmodo
The Rabbit video chat service is a browser-based service that lets you watch videos with your friends even if you aren't physically with them. YouTube, Netflix and Hulu all let you watch stuff whenever and wherever you want, but if you want to watch movies or shows with your friends, you have to meet up with them physically. Rabbit fixes that problem by letting you watch videos with friends while chatting with them.

Aside from video, the program is also useful for sharing documents, playing games and co-browsing the web with a friend. Co-browsing works similarly to remote login and screen sharing software.

The Rabbit video chat service is available on Rabbit's website. It works with Google Chrome and Opera browsers, and requires access to your camera and mic. Stats for Collective Video Services Trending: Older & Mild
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