Skype has launched Qik Video Connect for Android, bringing support for free 2-way video calls. Qik Video Connect for iOS has been available since last month, which means you can make also live video calls between an iPhone and Android phone.

The app supports Android 2.1 and up as well as as any iPhone, iPod touch, or iPad 2 with a camera.

In addition to real-time video chat, Qik Video Connect lets you record videos to share with contacts or upload to YouTube, Facebook, or Twitter. You can also record and send video mail to other Qik users and manage and share videos already on your phone.

Like all versions of Qik, the app also lets you broadcast live video over the web for free.

Qik Video Connect is available as a free download from the Android Market. You can also download the iOS version [itunes link=”″ title=”qik video connect” text=”from the iTunes App Store”].

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Brad Linder

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