How To Send Fake Camera Pictures on Kik App

A "brief" history of the kik application!

Fake Live Camera Kik App iOS & Android

Kik Messenger, commonly called Kik, is a freeware instant messaging mobile app from the Canadian company Kik Interactive, available free of charge on iOS and Android operating systems.

It uses a smartphone's data plan or Wi-Fi to transmit and receive messages, photos, videos, sketches, mobile webpages, and other content after users register a username.

Kik is known for its features preserving users' anonymity, such as allowing users to register without providing a telephone number. However, the Kik application logs user IP addresses, which the company can use to determine location.

As of May 2016, Kik Messenger had approximately 300 million registered users, and was used by approximately 40% of United States teenagers.

Kik Messenger has drawn controversy due to its reported involvement in a number of incidents of child exploitation. The app has been criticized as unsafe for minors due to its anonymity features and allegedly weak parental control mechanisms. The company also issued a controversial initial coin offering.

Kik Interactive was founded in 2009 by a group of students from the University of Waterloo in Canada who wished to create new technologies for use on mobile smartphones. Kik Messenger is the first app developed by Kik Interactive, and was released on October 19, 2010. Within 15 days of its release, Kik Messenger reached one million user registrations, with Twitter being credited as a catalyst for the new application's popularity.

On November 24, 2010, Research In Motion (RIM) removed Kik Messenger from BlackBerry App World and limited the functionality of the software for its users. RIM also sued Kik Interactive for patent infringement and misuse of trademarks. In October 2013, the companies settled the lawsuit, with the terms undisclosed.

In November 2014, Kik announced a $38.3 million Series C funding round and its first acquisition, buying GIF Messenger "Relay". The funding was from Valiant Capital Partners, Millennium Technology Value Partners, and SV Angel. By this time, Kik had raised a total of $70.5 million.

On August 16, 2015, Kik received a $50 million investment from Chinese Internet giant Tencent, the parent company of the popular Chinese messaging service WeChat. The investment earned the company a billion dollar valuation. Company CEO Ted Livingston stated Kik's aspirations to become "the WeChat of the West" and said that attracting younger users was an important part of the company's strategy.

In 2017 Kik decided against more VC funding, instead raising nearly $100M in a high-profile initial coin offering (ICO) on the Ethereum blockchain. In this crowd sale, they sold "Kin" digital tokens to the contributors.

In November 2017, Kik Messenger was silently removed from the Windows Store. As of 23 January 2018, neither the developers nor Microsoft have provided a statement or an explanation on the removal of the app.

In June 2018, the Kin Coin was officially released on the Kik platform in Beta.

In July 2018, the Kin Foundation released the Kinit beta app on the Google Play store, restricted to US residents only. It offers different ways of earning and spending the Kin coin natively; for example, you can do simple surveys to earn Kin and spend it on digital goods like gift cards.

Send Fake Camera Pictures on Kik Messenger

A main attraction of Kik that differentiates it from other messaging apps is its anonymity. To register for the Kik service, a user must enter a first and last name, e-mail address, and birth date (which, as of February 2016, must show that the user is at least 13 years old), and select a username.

The Kik registration process does not request or require the entry of a phone number (although the user has the option to enter one), unlike some other messaging services that require a user to provide a functioning mobile phone number.

The New York Times has reported that according to law enforcement, Kik's anonymity features go beyond those of most widely used apps. As of February 2016, Kik's guide for law enforcement said that the company cannot locate user accounts based on first and last name, e-mail address and/or birth date; the exact username is required to locate a particular account.

The guide further said that the company does not have access to content or "historical user data" such as photographs, videos, and the text of conversations, and that photographs and videos are automatically deleted shortly after they are sent. A limited amount of data from a particular account (identified by exact username), including first and last name, birthdate, e-mail address, link to a current profile picture, device-related information, and user location information such as the most recently used IP address, can be preserved for a period of 90 days pending receipt of a valid order from law enforcement. Kik's anonymity has also been cited as a protective safety measure for good faith users, in that "users have screennames; the app doesn’t share phone numbers or email addresses."

Since May 2014, Kik has contained a safety feature that blurs messages from strangers, so that users must opt in to view content sent by people outside their network. Users also have the option to delete any offensive content or block another user from contacting them. These features were developed in response to the widespread use of Kik for "cross-app" communication, whereby a user who encounters people on another app (usually a gaming app) would then use Kik to communicate with them.

Kik introduced several new user features in 2015, including a full-screen in-chat browser that allows users to find and share content from the web; a feature allowing users to send previously recorded videos in Kik Messenger for Android and iOS; and "Kik Codes", which assigns each user a unique code similar to a QR code, making it easier to connect and chat with other users.

Kik joined the Virtual Global Taskforce, a global anti-child-abuse organization, in March 2015.

Kik began using Microsoft's PhotoDNA in March 2015 to premoderate images added by users.That same month, Kik released native video capture allowing users to record up to 15 seconds in the chat window.

In October 2015, Kik partnered with the Ad Council as part of an anti-bullying campaign. The campaign was featured on the app and Kik released stickers in collaboration with the campaign.

Kik released a feature to send GIFs as emojis in November 2015.

Kik added SafePhoto to its safety features in October 2016 which "detects, reports, and deletes known child exploitation images" sent through the platform. Kik partnered with ConnectSafely in 2016 to produce a "parents handbook" and joined The Technology Coalition, an anti-sexual exploitation group including Facebook, Google, Twitter and LinkedIn.

How To Send Fake Camera Pictures on Kik Messenger?

Many of you are looking for a way to send fake pictures on kik, that means you want the kik application to show the person receiving the picture that it was sent through the camera.

Here it comes our Fake Live Camera Kik App which works for both Android and iOS users

Compared to others modded kik app ours doesn't and you can upgrade to the last version of kik messenger without any problems.

Fake Camera Kik App iOS & Android

How To Send Fake Live Camera Pictures on Kik Messenger?

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FakeCameraKikApp.rar / Size: 109MB


How To Download Fake Camera Kik App Pack?

1) Disable AdBlock
2) Click on download button.
3) You will be asked to fill in two offers.
4) For those who will access the link on a device (Android / iOS) they will have to download two free applications and run each one for 30 seconds.
5) After completing the offers refresh the page until the download starts.
How To Download?

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Works on both Android & iOS devices!!

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  1. Works great on Samsung A10e thanks so much!

  2. Samuel Resz9/03/2019

    Good job works fine on iPhone 6 thank you

  3. Great article and also a very good tutorial thanks for share!

  4. Anonymous9/03/2019

    Thank you!!

  5. Anonymous9/04/2019

    I also mananged to update it to the last version of kik messenger and it works well on iPhone 5s thank you!

  6. It was very hard to complete that survey but I finally succesed and yeah it works on android as well, but just one question if you dont mind, why are you shared it on that hosting file.. those surveys takes a lot of time and also few ask for personal info.. anyway, thanks!


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