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This augmented video messenger app knows what you’re saying

Video messaging is super fun, but hasn’t found a permanent place on our phones yet. Even though chat apps like Facebook Messenger, WhatsApp and WeChat are widely used, seperate services for video haven’t taken off in a big way. Apps like Airtime and Houseparty are trying to make us like video messaging more by putting you and your friends in a virtual room, giving you the ability to talk to each other.
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