by Joe White
August 15, 2010
FaceTime is great, right? I mean, video calling is one of those futuristic things you just never get bored of. Yet, until Apple allows the service to run over 3G (if they ever do), users' FaceTime conversations are still confined to their respective Wi-Fi networks. And, while MY EYE - a new video transmission app - doesn't allow users the freedom of 3G video calling, it does change the conditions from Wi-Fi to Bluetooth, providing a handy alternative. Users may transfer video in real-time over Bluetooth to a partnered device using the application, which costs $0.99. Obviously, this is great if you only wish to share video with a friend who's in close proximity. However, it may be a problem for those of you who desire long range video transmission (which is probably most people). For fun around the house, MY EYE is probably a great application. Its list of practical uses though, seems pretty short - which means the app may not be worth its $0.99 price tag. The price is set to rise with the application's first update. So, if you think MY EYE might be the app for you, buy it now before its price increases! And, if you're thinking of purchasing MY EYE, let us know what you'll be using it for in the comments box at the bottom of this article. iPhone Land (via Google Translate) for spotting this!