Vtalkie video messaging lets users communicate by sending short video messages back and forth to one another. The app uses push-to-talk video, text messages, and stickers to provide multiple ways of communication when speaking with friends. It saves all communication between parties in a conversation stream which can be checked at any time in case a user is too busy to view a conversation at the time it’s received.

“Our inspiration was about young people and how they quickly adopt a new format of communications: see the incredible growth of Snapchat!”, said Alexander Krizhovich, COO of Runfaces, in a press release. “The battle between the big players with Vine and Instagram clearly indicates that communicating with video is becoming a general use. As a mobile video company, we want to provide a disruptive user experience in private messaging and give young people new experiences, and a lot of fun too!”