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Squad: Mobile Screen Sharing and More With Friends

Technological advancements have changed and improved the way we interact with each other. Smartphones operate with the help of apps that bring all kinds of functionalities and expand the basic options that come pre-installed with the phones.

Some apps are better than others, and there’s one app with the potential to become as popular as Whatsapp, Messenger, Viber, etc. I’m talking about Squad, Olabot’s newest social app (and more). While it’s similar to these popular messaging apps, Squad couldn’t be more different. Let’s see what it has to offer.

Bring your squad together

First of all, it has an amazing screen-share option that allows you to share your favorite apps to your closest friends. This way you can show them anything you want from YouTube videos to photos and direct messages. You can also interact with each other by playing games or editing photos. A great feature perhaps for all those who also like to collaborate while working on the go? Maybe even interesting for support teams and helpdesk operations? There are many possible interesting applications for this.

You can even have a group chat with up to nine people at the same time. The list of apps you can browse and access with your squad is always growing which now includes Instagram, Snapchat, and YouTube, just to name a few. You can try it out yourself if you manage to slide into the early access test group. Perhaps worth a try for all you early adopters of technology.

Squad is available for download on early access for iOS and Android. Since it’s still in the development phase, there will probably be some minor issues. That’s just how it is in the beginning. That said, most users (yours truly included) have nothing but praises for it. What are your thoughts around solutions such as Squad? Do you think they are addressing a broad problem or will this be more of a niche app? We’d love to hear your thoughts below in the comments.

YouTube: Squad App Preview

Photo credits: All images used are owned by Olabot and were provided for press usage.

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Sead Fadilpasic
Freelance writer / journalist / blogger. Tech enthusiast and gadget freak. Guitarist. Previously Al Jazeera journalist.