Qik Premium app available for Nokia phones

Qik, which recently signed a deal with Vodafone UK, announced the availability of Qik Premium for Nokia’s handsets.

As the name implies, Qik Premium is not free – it’s currently available for a promotional price of $4.99 / year (the promotion ends March 31).

Qik Premium for Nokia phones features high quality transcoding and lets users record and share videos, as well as download MPEG-4 videos and burn them into DVDs. For high-quality video recording, Qik recommends the use of cell phones with 3MP cameras or better.

Qik Premium Nokia Ovi Store

You can buy and download Qik Premium via Nokia’s Ovi Store. A future version of Qik Premium will come with the “ability to upload and share videos recorded with your mobile phone’s native camera application.”

Via Qik

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  • http://www.cypher-sec.org thecolor

    the only problem I see with this is that the device (well those that can qik) can already “…upload and share videos recorded with your mobile phone’s native camera application.” It's a part of the device (assuming it has a camera and data connectivity) and apart of qik. Both are capable of storing the video locally, both take the highest video it can possibly take, both allow you to upload and share with whomever you want. So, I guess I'm not seeing the point in paying $4.99 for something you can already do for free. UNLESS… they plan on removing the already installed and functioning capabilities of the device and software included. That… would be wrong.

  • http://www.cypher-sec.org thecolor

    the only problem I see with this is that the device (well those that can qik) can already “…upload and share videos recorded with your mobile phone’s native camera application.” It's a part of the device (assuming it has a camera and data connectivity) and apart of qik. Both are capable of storing the video locally, both take the highest video it can possibly take, both allow you to upload and share with whomever you want. So, I guess I'm not seeing the point in paying $4.99 for something you can already do for free. UNLESS… they plan on removing the already installed and functioning capabilities of the device and software included. That… would be wrong.