Popular video sharing service Beme from YouTuber Casey Neistat is now available on Android. The app originally launched in beta as an iOS exclusive, but today is officially out of beta and available on Android. The app was popular when it first launched but has since waned in use, though Neistat hopes that today’s update and release on Android will change that.
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For those unfamiliar, Beme is a video sharing app that lets you “instantly capture real moments from the world around you with a simple gesture and without interruption.” What sets Beme apart from other video sharing apps is the way in which you capture content.
Once you’ve downloaded the app and set everything up, you can start recording video by simply holding the phone up to your chest. There’s no button to press or anything. The point of the app is to get video of whatever you see and to perhaps capture something unexpected.
Beme is the simplest and most unfiltered way to share your personal experience. Instantly capture real moments from the world around you with a simple gesture and without interruption. Get a global view of how friends, family and interesting people from places near and far honestly live their lives, and send them genuine reactions as you watch along.
– Capture video without touching a button – Automatically share what you see — no preview, no review – React in real-time to your friends’ experiences – Watch an endless feed of perspectives from all over the world – Find compelling people to follow and see what it’s like to be them
Beme is available on the Play Store for free. You can view Casey Neistat’s video announcing the release below: