Airtime falls from Cloud 9

The product may yet succeed, but I’m not holding my breath. One of the comments that I found to be insightful (from Ronmovies):

I generally use iChat and Skype for chatting, but I was curious and checked out Airtime. The first thing that greeted me was a Log In with Facebook form that warned that this app would have access to: “Your profile info: description, activities, birthday, education history, hometown, interests, likes, location, religious and political views and work history.” In addition, “This app may post on your behalf, including videos you watched, videos you posted and more.” Why on earth would I want to give them all that power, including the unspecified “and more” when chat platforms like Skype aren’t nearly as freakishly invasive?

Also, what the hell is with this ad?

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