livecliq – Video Recording and Streaming App

Available In: Cydia       Price: Free  

livecliq livecliq is an application that allows you to record video on your iPhone and/or stream video from your iPhone to livecliq.net. When you first open livecliq, it will ask to use your current location after that, you will be asked for your Token number. To receive a token number you must go to livecliq.net/download. Here you will need to sign up for an account. Once you have signed up for an account, you will need to enter your phone number (your full phone number 1-555-555-555) and then select download. They will then send a text message, that contains a link, to your iPhone. It only takes a few seconds to get the text message. Once you receive the text message you can select the link in the text. This will bring you to a page that will contain your Token number. Now, you can go back into livecliq on your iPhone and enter your token number.


Once you have entered your Token number, you will be brought into the main application. Here you will see the preview screen as well as a lower menu bar. The options on the lower menu bar include, Prefs, Mute, Sync, Record and Stream. In the Preferences, you are able you change the Stream Resolution (236×176, 176×144 and 320×240), turn on/off mute, and enter your stream information. You can also choose whether or not you would like your recordings and streams to be public or private. The default is Public which means everyone will see all the videos you have recorded and any live streaming that you do.

Ok, now for the fun part. To record a video, you just select the record option. You will see the time start above the preview image. It will be recording both video and audio (as long as you don’t have Mute selected). Once you are finished recording, just select Stop. Now you will have the option to change the Title of the video, add tags to the video and choose whether or not you would like that video to be public or private. Once you have entered all the info, select Done in the upper right corner.

Once you have recorded a video (or two or three) you can select the Sync option. Here you can either sync all your videos at once or select the specific videos you would like to upload. You can also delete your videos from this menu as well. Your videos do not actually upload to livecliq.net until you have synced them. So, once you select the videos you would like to sync, select Sync Selected (or Sync All). It will then begin to upload your videos to livecliq.net. It will display orange lines on the screen indicating it’s progress.

Ok, now for the Live Streaming part of the application. When you select Stream it will start to stream directly to livecliq.net. After testing, I did find that it was a little delayed (which is expected) but it definitely was streaming live to the website.

To watch all the videos you have synced or your live streams, you can just go to livecliq.net. The website is actually very nice and very user friendly. You can edit all your synced videos and live streams from there as well.

I did have the application crash once while trying to sync a video and lock-up another time when I select Record. Overall, I actually really like this application. Everything is very easy to use (including the website) and the videos seem to have decent video and audio quality. Most definitly an application you will want to check out! Below are a few of my test videos and some screenshots.

Test Videos:
Test #1


Test #5





Screenshots:

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Comments

  1. ok cool looks gud… i just dont wan to go 2 da whole registration thing so i will remain with cycorder which is pretty gud 2… wat ever did hapen wit the whole expected ushow app dat was going to smoke avery single recording app? LOL

  2. I did tried the app, it was pretty cool. I tried it on wifi so it was streaming and loading quick. I tried like 4 times and only once app exited without any reason. Overall app is great success the only drawback is picture quality but i don’t blame them, i blame apple for such a worse camera in such a gr8 product. I think everyone who had jailbroken their phone should try this.

  3. is there any way to download the video on the computer?

  4. I have installed the application but when I launch it I do not receive the Authorization screen. Has anyone else encountered this?

  5. Very nice indeed. Not as cool a qik, perhaps, and I would like to see cross-posting to other video hosting sites, like youtube or mogulus. I like the fact that you have the option to record video and then upload later, with one click, if you are not at a location with good cell coverage. This is currently the only iphone app that does this at the current time, AFAIK. Kyte only does pictures, and flixwagon/Qik only do live w/ buffering.

    Kudos to LiveCLIQ!

    Thanks for the tip.

  6. My iPhone 2G (first iPhone) after Softwareupgrade from 2.2.1 to 3.0 Jailbreak
    Livecliq doesnt work normal .
    i push the Button in Record ,Snap, Stream Mode is the camara not work.
    and the PRG goes to Home screen from Iphone.

    root/var ?#

    How to install Livecliq now correct in /root/varmedia ? ect ect

  7. Help, i got the app installed but is there any way to see my videos in my iphone is just i cant see them in mi phone, the only way is in the website? or what.

  8. i am a fine

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