You might remember the exciting 4-way video conferencing application, Fring I wrote about earlier this month, which was in its beta development stage. Well you might be pleased to know its now left the beta stage and has been released as a stable application for both Android and iOS devices.
The Fring application is the worlds first mobile group video for Android and iPhone, and also acts as a front end for a number of existing services, allowing you to use only one application to send messages, engage in voice communications, and place video calls.
Supported services include Twitter, Yahoo, AIM, Google Talk, Facebook, MSN, and Skype. More information is available from the Fring website. Take a look and our article on Android vs iPhone to see which smartphone and mobile platform is best for you.Filed Under: Android News, Apple