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Video Messaging iPhone App – 12Mail

12mail, the first dedicated video messaging iPhone app, was approved for the iPhone app store Tuesday morning. It is an extension of 12seconds.tv and lets iPhone 3GS owners send video messages to Twitter followers, Facebook friends, and other iPhone owners.

Messages can only be 12 seconds long (hence the name), so forget deeply insightful conversations. Those on the receiving end without the iPhone app will either receive a direct message on Twitter or a wall post on Facebook with a link to a 12seconds.tv message. However, iPhone 3G or first-gen iPhone users are out of luck with video messaging; those users can only send pictures or audio to friends and followers.

Note that AT&T has promised MMS messaging for iPhone users on Friday, Sept. 25. Assuming that includes video, you won’t need a special application like 12mail to send short video clips to users with compatible phones. But the 12mail app could still help with sending video messages to people without compatible phones or service plans.

Source: Pcmag.com

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