Kind of, yeah. But it's more like Twitter. You can only post videos that are 36 seconds or less, so it's a nice little update kind of thing. There are some vloggers that I watch on YouTube that use Keek because it's easier for certain situations. Say, one of them was in a store and wanted the viewers' opinions on something they planned to buy. Pull out their phone and open keek, vlog with the phone and upload to keek and then the viewers can comment on the video and voila. :) Questions answered. It's fast and easy, and I really like it. It's easier than having to take out my camera and film them with that, then upload to my computer, edit, then post to YouTube and wait forever for it to upload there and render.
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