What if mobile applications weren’t standalone, isolated experiences, but could actually connect users to each other – or even to the app’s developers – with a push of a button? That’s the vision behind a startup called RevTwo, exiting from stealth today. Its mobile app SDK for iOS lets developers offer a range of in-app support services for an app’s users which can include chat, phone calls, screen-sharing sessions, and more.
But another compelling use case for the software is allowing an app’s users to socialize and interact with each other.
For example, mobile gamers could share their screen in real-time with other players in order to show off their own game-playing sessions, or demonstrate how to beat a particular level.
Given the traction that Twitch already has…