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WeCam connects you with friends from multiple social networks

WeCam Inc. announced today the launch of its socially-integrated WebRTC video chat application that lets users discover and connect with like-minded people anywhere in the world. The app lets users connect with Facebook, Twitter or Google+ and uses its patent-pending matching algorithm to sort through social media data to find compatible matches across social networks. 

So you’re one of those socially connected types who spend, let’s say, a fair amount of time online communicating with business associates, friends, and family. The problem is your companions are spread across different networks like Facebook, Twitter, and Google+, and with all that to keep track of, conversations can become confusing. Wouldn’t it be convenient to be able to video chat with friends and colleagues—plus a potentially wider group of people who share your interests—all in one place? WeCam, a brand new app for iOS and Android, which debuted at Macworld/iWorld on Wednesday, combines a video chat function with the three most popular social networks.

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