Rabbit’s video chat and content sharing application is now available for download for Mac OS X (10.7 and higher) as part of its closed beta. The app allows you to watch videos, listen to music and share any type of content together with your friends.
Rabbit has rebuilt video chat from the ground up to complement natural human behavior, with thoughtful design decisions that make Rabbit a more fun, immersive and inherently social experience, according to Stephanie Morgan, co-founder of Rabbit. She says that Rabbit is the only video chat application that lets you:
° Share any kind of content with friends: Use Rabbit to share and enjoy any kind of content together with your friends in real-time — from videos, movies and TV shows to music, documents and photos. You can take advantage of Rabbit’s one-click sharing through SharePad, a central hub of best-in-class content providers that integrate for in-app sharing.
° Create rooms: You can create or join rooms (public or private) where you can share experiences with friends, meet new people and discover content together. Invite your closest friends to a group video chat, work on homework together in live study groups or create a fan room to share music videos from your favorite artist or you can even take advantage of Rabbit’s unlimited room capacity to host online events.
° Have multiple conversations: In Rabbit, you can hover over groups to meet new friends OR hover over people to see common interests and engage in a conversation. Rabbit’s audio features let you listen to what’s happening before joining a conversation. You can have multiple conversations in the same room and bounce from one to another just like mingling at a party.
° Invite and notify friends: Rabbit integrates with Facebook so you can easily invite friends to join you with the click of a button. You’ll also get notified any time a friend joins Rabbit or enter rooms, so you’ll never miss a chance to connect.
To sign up for the closed beta, go to www.rabb.it .