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Free Group Video Calling Comes To iPhone, But Not From Apple

Free Group Video Calling Comes To iPhone, But Not From Apple

April 27, 2011
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. What do you think? Leave your comments below.

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