Knocking Live 1.2 brings live streaming video to Android – and works with iPhone too

Fresh up on the Android Market today is the new Android version of video streaming app Knocking Live , with the iPhone live video sharing tool now squeezed into Android.

Better still, developer Pointy Heads has ensured the app is fully cross-platform compatible, meaning you’re able to stream videos of the thrilling, more exciting and glamorous lives that iPhone users lead!

Here’s a pic of the app:

knocking live android iphone video streaming

There’s a video of Knocking Live in action on YouTube streaming video from a Nexus One to an iPhone, if your interest has been raised. Find the app by searching for “Knocking” on the Android Market. We’ve just a had a look, and it’s up there right now on the UK Market.

Here’s the full release:

Android and iPhone Finally See i to Eye: With Live Video Sharing Thanks to Knocking Live Video

The only 3G phone-to-phone streaming video app can now broadcast live from Android to iPhone and vice-versa

Danbury, CT and Las Vegas, NV — March 24, 2009 — The Android and iPhone are playing nice. Pointy Heads Software, creators of the only phone-to-phone video-streaming app supported by 3G, today launched an entire platform redesign, along with an Android version of Knocking Live Video in beta at CTIA. Not only is the new version of Knocking Live Video the only phone to phone video-streaming app for 3G networks, it also works online and across platforms as a fully-fledged social network.

What’s New in 1.2/Android:

• Cross-platform live video – Knocking can now broadcast live video between Android and iPhone smartphones.

• New website – has been completely redesigned for better access to other users and content.

• Online user profiles – Knocking Live now features online profiles to better find friends for sharing moments

• Online forums – User forums to share questions, answers and experiences with other Knocking users

• Enhanced server capabilities – Knocking’s server capacity has been enhanced to provide faster load times and peer-to-peer connections

• New graphics – For iPhone, in-session graphics now mirror an typical iPhone phone call

Thanks to Knocking Live Video, Apple, Google, Verizon and AT&T at video-sharing peace. Meanwhile, the existing Knocking Live Video for iPhone has been upgraded to version 1.2, including new features, online user profiles, and server upgrades.

Viral Growth:
The Android version of Knocking is launches as the app enjoys global popularity on the iPhone platform following an unlikely approval process involving Steve Jobs. The app is downloaded approximately 13,000 times daily and has consistently ranked in the top 10 of free social networking apps since peaking at #3 within two days of launch in December, 2009.

“We’ve had enormous success as the only phone-to-phone 3G video app on the iPhone. Knocking just keeps on growing,” said Jim Montalto co-founder of Pointy Heads Software. “We’re excited to debut on Android, and to let Android users interact with iPhone users in ways they haven’t ever been able to before.”

Knocking Live Video for iPhone is available for download in the Apple App Store and the Android Marketplace.

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  1. Catalin

     /  March 26, 2010

    does somebody experienced sound problems with the app ? I had some trouble while live streaming from my iPhone. All I could find was this tutorial: Any ideas ?

    Professional Streaming Consultant

  2. Hi Catalin,

    Could you please elaborate more on the problem you are facing. It would great if you could write to us at or you can reach us on the Knockinglive forum here:

    Catch on Twitter: and Facebook:

    Rajika on behalf of Team KnockingLive

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