You might have seen people excitedly tweeting in the last two weeks that “group Face Time” is finally here.But make no mistake – it’s not tech giant Apple behind this new i Message -based app. Giuseppe Stuto, 27, Frank Iudiciani, 23, and Kevin Flynn, 32, are the three co-founders behind the hot new live group video chat app, Fam. 5, it has already been downloaded more than 1 million times and has received hundreds of thousands social media mentions, Stuto says. 2 spot under “Top Free Apps” in Apple’s i Message App Store. Sometimes it feels like no one really gets what it's like to be a teenager.There’s a lot of pressure and expectations place on you; adults just don’t understand and sometimes are even patronizing.All of this started in September when Apple opened i Message to developers as a platform to create apps that could include stickers, text, video and audio.At the time, Stuto and his team were working on Smack Live, a group video platform where teens would broadcast their conversations publicly with other users also using the app.
Within two days, they had a working version of the Fam app.An i OS app that is used if you don’t want anyone to know that you downloaded a privacy app.The icon is disguised as “My Utilities,” so no one will ever guess there are private photos tucked away in your phone.You may not have heard of Monkey, but there's a good chance your teenager has.Monkey is a video-chat app for i Phone and i Pad, and connects users around the world with like-minded individuals for 10-second video chats using their Snapchat usernames.