You gotta love the little war playing out between chat and video services such as Skype, Qik, and fring. Why? Because, in the end, we consumers win. Each company fights
Fring, Android’s first video chat app, is back with another first: group video chat, which splits your screen into quadrants so you can video chat with up to three friends
In a posting on their blog, Fring has announced that they have updated their Android application to improve the quality of video and regular calls using their service. The above video is the app running on the Nexus S, which touts “enhanced” support with Fring.
Fring, the first company to offer video chat for Android, has been doing rather well for itself lately. As some of you know, the app launched with the HTC EVO
The latest version (18.104.22.168) of video chat/mobile IM client fring has landed in the Android Market, bringing a new feature called Dynamic Video Quality along for the ride. Called DVQ
Multi-platform chat and video chat service Fring has see their share of good news and not-so-good news over the last week. First, it was announced last week that customers with
As we gear up for the release of the HTC EVO 4G, software developers, and fans, are turning their focus to the front-facing camera and the possibilities that rest within.
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
Skype and Verizon announced at CTIA that a Skype Mobile app will be available in the Android market beginning Thursday, March 25, for users of the Droid, Droid Eris, and
Fring for Android differs itself from competing IM clients on Android by also containing some VOIP goodness to separate it from the crowd. It is essentially a communication app: however
India-based Geodesic Limited has announced the launch of universal chat client Mundu IM. Supporting AIM, Yahoo, MSN, Google Talk, ICQ and Jabber within a single app, it’s similar to what