Fring, the popular VoIP application that lets users make free video calls (over Wi-Fi and 3G), now allows Group Video Calls. The new feature, originally offered only through a beta, is now available for everyone.
As outlined in a blog post, the service is explained:
The dev team is putting the finishing touches on a super cool new service: free, mobile Group Video Calls. We are having too much fun with it already, and want to get some feedback from users ahead of public launch on Android & iPhone.
Of course, this is super-exciting as it’s the 1st time the world will get to enjoy free Group Video calls. This fring-feature lets 4 friends video call each other simultaneously, making it a mobile video calling party of sorts.
The Group Video call feature arrives at a time when even Apple hasn’t made it available through its own FaceTime app.
Check out this video:
The free Fring app is available today in the App Store.
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