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FimFum Releases Social Video Showing App for Android

FimFum has launched its Android 'video showing' application for a new era in social video sharing. Using FimFim’s patent pending technology, users can show videos to their friends, pause, rewind, fast forward and watch the same frame at the same time.

With FimFum’s real-time interactive video showing, you control the show, and you and your friend can pause and talk to one-another for instant feedback. And, best of all, you don’t have to send them the video – saving time and allowing you to control where your video goes.

“With FimFum we created a new way to share video, making it social through video showing.” said JJ Astro, CEO FimFum. “With our unique patent pending technology, no other app offers user controlled interactive social video showing.”

The key features of FimFum include:

• Easy to signup, easy to use
• Full media library management
• Simple to start a video show – tap your contact, tap your media and start the show
• In the show, you can fast forward, rewind and pause the video and you and your friend are watching the same frame at the same time
• Tap to talk during the show allows you and your friend to talk while watching the show for instant feedback
• No need to send the video to your friends – just show it!! Have Fum!

FimFum is ideal for:

Sports: Show your coach your progress. Share your sporting event with a friend!
Pleasure: Anything goes first Fim then Fum! Re-live the moment and share the emotions/reactions
Business: Collaborate on movie development. Show your partner your school project. Real estate agent walk throughs.

FimFum should be out shortly for Android but it is also available on the Apple Store for iOS devices. 

http://www.FimFum.com

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