SAN FRANCISCO, Aug. 19, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- Rabbit, the video chat technology upstart with a mission of bringing people together, today announces the launch of its browser-based video chat and content sharing application, now available at rabb.it. Users can synchronously share online content, including videos, games and documents, while video and text chatting with up to 10 people at once.
"Our lives are enhanced by being with other people: you sit together on a couch to watch TV, go to the movies in a group. People have tried to recreate this experience online by cobbling together different technologies and devices, but it just doesn't work," says Michael Temkin, CEO of Rabbit. "We've created a simple, seamless way to bring people together."
Rabbit is immediately available for use and can be accessed via computers with a web camera and a microphone. Chrome and Opera browsers are currently supported. Upcoming development will focus on the addition of product features and increased accessibility for other platforms and devices.
More than just video chat, Rabbit brings people together. By designing conversations that model in-person interactions, and seamlessly blending innovative technology with a beautiful interface, Rabbit provides a new way for people to connect while sharing any online content with friends. The company is privately held and backed by investors including Google Ventures, CrunchFund, and Michael Birch. For additional information about Rabbit, visit us at rabb.it.
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