Spymac Launches Web 2.0 Community for Video Chat, Movies, and Music

Jan 16, 2007

Spymac has unveiled Leapfrog, a Web 2.0 portal that lets the entire world video chat, share movies, pictures, and music across the internet--and earn money at the same time. Leapfrog is currently available in more than fifteen international languages and works on both PCs and Macs.

Regionalized versions of Leapfrog covering 95% of the entire online populace are available in English, Arabic, Portuguese, simplified and traditional Chinese, Czech, Italian, French, German, Indonesian, Japanese, Korean, Polish, Russian, Romanian, Lithuanian, Spanish, Turkish and Ukrainian. A percentage of Spymac's advertising income is paid to members who upload the most viewed movies, music or pictures. By providing income to members in developing nations--Spymac aims to contribute to the development of new economies around the world. One of Leapfrog's features is complimentary face-to-face video chat, which allows people to share everyday life over the internet. The feature is compatible, without any of the traditional need for extra software or setup.

Apple's latest iPod models allow users to download movies and access Leapfrog for hundreds of thousands of iPod-ready movies, songs, and pictures. Leapfrog's movies are also fully compatible with Sony's PlayStation Portable, allowing users to find new content for their portable entertainment devices. Through its embedding feature, Leapfrog allows users to stream content across the internet on other websites. By utilizing this technology, members can record live video with a click of a button for immediate release to the internet. Users can also capture pictures, audio, and video directly onto Spymac using their own webcams, or upload from video cameras or mobile phones.