When Inna Giterman opened her restaurant in Austin, Texas, she was already using Glide to communicate with friends and family -- so it made sense to incorporate it into her business, KUT News reports.
In Crepe Crazy's kitchen, you don't hear staff yelling orders. All the workers are deaf.
“ ... our business really relies on the Glide communication. We use it every single day,” Giterman told KUT.
Although the app was not designed for deaf people, it has taken off in that community because it makes video communication so easy.
Unlike video calling services, which require scheduling a call in advance, Glide allows users to send a message for friends to watch in real time.
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