Fring has finally gone video on Android mobiles with their free 2-way video calls over Internet. For the first time, users of Android devices will be able to have a live video calling experience on their devices. Android has now joined the liked Nokia (Symbian S60) and iPhone/iPod touch users who are already making free mobile video over Internet calls with fring. fring automatically tests your device strength to gage your phone's video calling capabilities.
“Our users have become accustomed to fring providing them with the latest and most advanced mobile over Internet communication. With Android users on over 50 different devices logging into fring everyday, we leveraged the open Android platform to rapidly develop the first two-way video calls over internet on Android” said Avi Shechter, fring's Co-Founder and CEO. “The demand for this feature has been overwhelming as more people discover richer ways to use their mobile phones. We continue making free mobile video calls widely available, satisfying the market's want for more rich communications tools that these smart phones were designed to deliver.”
Android's market reach combined with the Android OS's openness letting developers create richer communication solutions for multiple devices, enabled fring to rapidly deliver the much demanded free video calls to millions of Android users who can now share real-life experiences, for free, over their Android device's internet connection.
Fring's new android version is now available for download here.