This week, Samba has released the Android version of its video messaging app today, available as a free download in the Google Play Store. The app “embraces the power of feedback” in order to provide users with what it calls a “more genuine method of digital communication.”
The power of feedback has been the driving force for Samba, who saw tremendous success with the launch of their iOS app in February earlier this year, the company said in a press release. Friends and family members can send video messages to each other while the receiving party has their reaction automatically recorded and sent back. The end result is a video that plays fully synchronized with the original video. The messaging experience instantly becomes closer, more honest, and more fun. Users can be expressive and interactive and Samba allows them to see how their friends really feel about it.
“what we’re bringing to the table will bring value to users in an entirely new way”
While no specific details have yet been released, Samba’s CEO promises a substantial new update to the video messaging app’s iOS and Android versions, which it says is “coming very soon.”
“We’re confident that what we’re bringing to the table will bring value to users in an entirely new way”, says CEO Barak Hachamov. “We’re constantly working to innovate within our space and this update will do just that.”