ScreenJelly is one of the most innovative web apps we’ve had the opportunity of playing with lately. The idea behind it is simple, to provide a quick and easy platform for Tweeting screencapture sessions, just as you would with images (TwitPic, YFrog etc.) – and it does this very well.
You can submit your Screenjelly-cast to all the usual social media sites, or share the link directly with your friends. The only thing missing at the moment is an option to embed the video into your own website. Here’s a quick cast I recorded moments ago.
Not only does ScreenJelly feature a “Like” (aka Digg) button, but there’s a rather handy option to ‘Tip’ people for their videos. This could be used if you really enjoyed a video, or if someone provided a screencast to help you somehow. What we did find dangerous though, is the fact that there’s no verification on tipping, a slip of the finger and you owe someone a dollar! ScreenJelly uses TipJoy API to monitor payments.