Fring is First to Market with Video Calling for Android

Fring is only too excited to share the news today that they are the first company in the world to offer video calling over IP for Android phones. They believe this could change the way people call each other, shop, and kiss their loved ones goodnight. With the HTC EVO 4G and Dell Streak both featuring front-facing cameras we’re inclined to agree.

Fring is a free download in the Android Market for handsets running 1.5 or higher. Of course, you’ll need a phone capable of video calling if you want to use the new feature.

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  1. observer
    May 29, 20:04 Reply

    Fring failed to establish a voice call on my Nexus One via any protocol. It's too basic to be used even as a chatting program. I'm yet to see these guys producing a decent product.

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