Fring, a VoIP calling and chat service which offers dirt-cheap international voice calling and video chat across a number of mobile platforms, is out with new releases for iPhone and Android that enable users to make free group video calls with up to four of their Fring friends simultaneously by using the FRING VOIP mobile app on their cell phones respectively. According to the company, Fring is the first to introduce group video calls on a Mobile phone.
Fring’s Group video call feature are supported over Wi-Fi, 3G or 4G connection with Fring using what it calls DVQ (Dynamic Video Quality) technology to automatically and continuously adjusting your video call quality to match your network bandwidth. As with Fring’s normal two-way video calling feature, group video calls run on the Fring network and require that all callers be using the latest version of Fring for iOS or Android.
Check out the video for a little review the Fring Group Video Call feature:
In addition to free Group Video calling, fring enables users to make free 2 way video calls, voice calls and chat with friends on Android, iPhone/iPod touch & Nokia Smartphones. YOU can also use Fring to call any regular landline or mobile # worldwide for cheap! The service to call any regular phone is named aptly FringeOut by Fring, considering that Skype’s similar service is called SkypeOut.
The new version of Fring with group video calling is available now in the Android Market and the App Store as a free download.
The iOS verison of Fring with Group Video Call feature is Compatible with iPhone, iPod touch, and iPad, requiring iOS 3.0 or later. The android verison requires Android2.2 or later