fring announces world’s first Video Calls on iPhone
by Jan Harris
December 1, 2009
fring has announced the first video over internet service on the iPhone and iPod touch.
The news follows fring’s recent launch of the new version of its app which allows smartphone users to make video calls through Skype over 3G or Wifi.
iPhone and iPod touch users can now make free voice calls to other fring users, Skype and GTalk users, as well as regular phone lines via Skype-Out and popular SIP services.
As well as voice calls the service offers live chat and instant messaging as well as the ability to update profiles and share files.
Avi Shechter, Co-Founder & CEO of fring said: “We were the first to bring mobile voice over internet (VoIP) to mobile devices, the first to bring iPhone/ iPod touch users the choice to make free Internet calls, the first to enable cost-saving mobile twitter over internet, and now we’re proud to continue leading the field of rich mobile-internet communication by bringing users the world’s first fring video calls over internet for the iPhone and iPod touch.”
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