Android phones get mobile video call support by fring

fring AndroidMobile users can gear up to video chat with loved ones through their Android phone. Fring debuts video chatting on Android devices putting users of these handsets for the first time in the list with Nokia (Symbian S60) and iPhone/iPod touch users. This latest fring offering is claimed to be a novel approach and seems to satiate the needs of customers with free mobile video calls over internet allowing them to video chat across the globe.

The novel Android version allows users share to their thoughts and real-life experiences, with just an internet connection at no cost at all. People can now directly communicate with each other and express their feelings no matter where they are, whether on their way to work or during lunch time.

Avi Shechter, fring’s Co-Founder and CEO enlightened, “Our users have become accustomed to fring providing them with the latest and most advanced mobile over Internet communication. With Android users on over 50 different devices logging into fring everyday, we leveraged the open Android platform to rapidly develop the first two-way video calls over internet on Android. The demand for this feature has been overwhelming as more people discover richer ways to use their mobile phones. We continue making free mobile video calls widely available, satisfying the market’s want for more rich communications tools that these smart phones were designed to deliver.”

fring now seems to give millions of Android users the power to connect to the world at no cost and at any time, all it requires is an internet connection. Well, users can have fun as they explore the world on their Android devices.

The new Android version of fring is now available for download.