Fring Brings Free 2-Way Video Calling to Android Phones
By on May 27th, 2010

Fring, a multi-protocol IM, video calls and social networking client has introduced a much need feature for devices, free video calling using the front facing camera on phones.

Fring Android 2 Way Calling

Using the new Fring app from the Android market users will be able to video call people using their phone’s internet connection, Fring will auto-detect if the device has a front-facing camera and automatically transmit videos using it.

The 2-way video calls are supported on all compatible camera devices, however, on phones like , HTC EVO HG and other devices which have front facing cameras, you will not require to turn your camera in order to show your face.

This is the first video call app on the Android Market to provide free 2-way video calls, so go ahead and download the app right away. More info on the official Fring blog.

Video of Fring 2-way Video Calling in Action

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  • Chris Topher

    "on phones like Nexus One, HTC EVO HG and other devices which have front facing cameras,"

    Nexus One? Front-facing camera? No.

    • http://keithdsouza.com Keith Dsouza

      @Chris – Sorry about that, this is fixed

 
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