Oct 14, 2014
Samba, the award-winning “reactive video messaging” tool is finally making its way to Android OS.
It was formerly exclusive to iOS.
Samba is a popular social tool; in is basest form, it literally records the reaction to a video. A typical scenario is a person sending a funny video to a friend; the app records the real-time reaction that the friend has to the video and sends the clip of the reaction to the original sender. No sending action needs to be performed by the person who received the video.
The app also incorporates special effects that allow people get creative with output. The whole package is geared towards video sharing among people from within this self-contained application.
While the app page is up and running, The Next Web notes the app won’t officially be available till October 16th 2014.
Samba will be a free app on the Google Play store.
[Source: The Next Web article]