Three-Way Video Calling with ooVoo Goes Free


With 24 million users, ooVoo runs a distant second to Skype and their base of more than 660 million. However, ooVoo is looking to make strides and gain some space between the two as more people begin going mobile for video calling needs. To do so, the company has rolled out free 3-way video calls for new and existing customers. Skype, on the other hand, charges customers $8.99 for the same service. To be clear, ooVoo offets these costs by banner advertisements within the app, something many of you are familiar with.

You can download the free ooVoo application from the Android Market today, providing your phone runs 2.2 or higher. NOTE: The app is currently only supported on a select number of phones and tablets with more to come.


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  • Dany

    Nice article, oovoo is fine.

    Have you heard about ? Free for up to 4-way and no download required.

  • Compadre

    skype is always a rip-off. No matter how you look at it. Like a freak’n virus took over the world and sucking off everybody :) google voice with video conferencing, how much longer?

  • ClaudiaChat

    I agree that FaceFlow’s a good website since it allows not only 3-way video chat for free, but also 4-way. They also have a way for users to meet new people, which is similar to chatroulette and

  • Cathy

    However, the visual appeal of ooVoo you will need to provide a combined quite high on your device at least on the version of Android 2.2. Please visit :