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DabKick 4.1 update improves screen sharing on iPad, iPhone

With TV commercials blanketing the airwaves about new smartphones, such as the Blackberry Z10, that allow users to share their screens with others to show photos, some people might want to learn about an app that is more advanced and delivers even better functionality to iOS devices for free — DabKick. This app will deliver screen sharing on iPad and iPhone.

They just had a very successful Demo Mobile event and came in second place in the voting (out of 20) for best new mobile technology. And to keep the momentum going, today DabKick received a major update that provides even more features and functionality to the app that offers a whole new way for people to communicate via the iPhone.


DabKick is a free, mobile communications app that allows people to interact live with friends and family while watching videos, showing photos and listening to music together. This unique app creates a fun, in-person experience that allows friends to instant message and talk like they are on a walkie-talkie while sharing media instantly over their phones, just like they both were right next to each other looking at the same screen.

Today’s DabKick 4.1 update includes the addition of a new “Music Layer” that allows users to access friends’ songs and listen to them together, invite friends to listen to songs while they also voice chat/text at the same time and listen to songs together while seeing photos in a live session.

DabKick also launched new “Social” features today including the ability to add friends and interact with them using an anonymous “DabName”, discover new people from the “Popular Dabbers” list and add them as friends, and see the streams of DabKick friends to explore what their friends are “Dabbing”.

Have you given DabKick a try, and what do you think about the new features contained in v4.1? You can download the app for free on iTunes.

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Written by Chris Cook

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