Netflix, Hulu, and YouTube all let you watch whatever you want, whenever you want. But if you wanted to watch with friends or family, you had to figure out when and where to meet in real life. Rabbit fixes that with a browser-based video chat service that lets you watch whatever you want with friends, no matter where they are. The uses aren’t just limited to video. Rabbit’s creators say the software is great for sharing documents, playing games, co-browsing with a friend, or text chatting if someone doesn’t have a microphone handy. All you do is hop on to Rabbit’s website using Chrome or Opera (sorry, Firefoxers and Safariers), allow access to your camera and microphone, and use the browser-within-a-browser inside the Rabbit window to go wherever you want. If you’ve ever used remote login or screen sharing software, you’ll know the drill.

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"Rabbit Lets You Watch Videos from Any Site With Friends" by @ShellyPalmer

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