Fring, a mobile application that lets you make VoIP calls and video calls with your friends and family, is expanding their video calling feature. Their is now a private beta build for Android and iPhones that brings group video calling to the table.
The group video calling feature lets users initiate video calls with up to four people at the same time, on what we are guessing is 3G and Wi-Fi networks. Right now the application is not available for full release just yet. There is still a few known bugs, but Fring is ready to test the release with a group of selected users for feedback.
This newest feature puts Fring close to the top when it comes to mobile group video chats. With the new ability that Fring is developing in their already great mobile VoIP app, video calling from mobile phones could take off quickly, and change how we make phone calls on a daily basis.
If you are interested in testing the new Fring app there are a few steps you must take:
- Need to be a existing user of Fring
- Need to Sign Up for the Beta testing
- Have your IMEI or UDID number
- Operating System Version