KinKast. Sharing a video with family without telling the world, REVIEW & GIVEAWAY

One aspect of my new iPhone that I really like is being able to record video. There are so many things that my kids do that I would like to send to our family. Unfortunately, some of the grandparents aren't on Facebook and they certainly don't visit YouTube. So all those great videos would go unseen on my phone. But now, I have a great solution to my video situation, KinKast.

KinKast is a private video sharing app and website that allows you to send videos to your family without sending them to the world. Whether you shoot video on your iPhone or other video camera, KinKast has your video needs covered.

KinKast has two aspects to its service. First, KinKast has a free app for your iphone. The app allows you to quickly record and send your videos. The video is sent via an email with a link. Recipients click on the link and get to see your video moments. The process is quick because you never have to wait for video uploads, like on Facebook or YouTube. Also, you can upload a video and record a new video at the same time.

KinKast also can send videos that are on your computer. From your account, upload a video and email it just like the app version.

Plus, KinKast offers its users free on-line video storage for 30 days.

Still not enough options for you? KinKast offers a premium service for its users. $49.99 a year or $4.99 a month, KinKast offers unlimited video storage. Just think, there's no more panic of losing the graduation video. KinKast servers will keep the moment preserved.

In our house, KinKast is going to be used for all our sports. Just today, I took some video of the boys at Tae Kwon Do. Also, I'm using it at swimming practices and meets. These are great ways to show my husband instantly how the kids are doing while he is at work. Also, I don't like publishing swim videos on Facebook for everyone to see. KinKast is a perfect alternative for me.

Would you like to have a KinKast Premium Services for a year?  KinKast has graciously given me a year Premium Services for my readers.

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  1. I would send a KinKast video to my parents.

  2. I would send it to my mother in law
    Diane Baum

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