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OKHello, formerly Airtime and Supyo, is a Web video chat service founded by Sean Parker and Shawn Fanning.

OKHello, formerly Airtime and Supyo, is a Web video chat service founded by Sean Parker and Shawn Fanning.

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32 East 31 Street
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New York, 10016
New York, United States

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OKHello $34.1M Jan 9, 2015

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Competitors

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Rounds

Tel Aviv, Israel
AcquiredRounds, formerly 6rounds, is a live social platform that combines live communication and social activities; allowing friends to experience life together. Using Rounds, friends can get together and send text messages, watch videos, play games, share photos and much more all while video chatting across networks, operating systems and devices. Rounds recently joined forces with video conferencing pioneer Vidyo, to offer multi-party enterprise HD video quality, as a cross-platform solution, to the s...Show allLogin to see details

Spreecast

San Francisco, California, United States
Dead / InactiveSpreecast is a social video platform that brings people together for conversation. The company's mission is to create a web conversation platform using interactive video and social networks. In a Spreecast conversation, up to four people at a time can interact face-to-face on screen, while others can watch, chat, and participate by submitting comments and questions and sharing across social networks such as Facebook, Twitter and LinkedIn.Login to see details

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