Fring is considered to be the most advanced vide-calling solution on the mobile platform. They have now launched group video-calling for Google Android smartphones, Nokia and iOS devices with support for up to four-way video calling functionality.
Fring was the first ever video-calling solution to offer free group video-conferencing and in recent updates, it has also offered free unlimited voice calls to other Fring users without any purchase of credits or tariff plans.
In today’s mobile industry, Android, iOS and recently Symbian seem to be having a ball with developers queuing up to develop apps for these operating systems. Another first has arrived on Google Android, Symbian and iOS.
Fring further heightens the video-calling experience with exceptional video-call quality. This is made possible with the use of DVQ (Dynamic Video Quality) technology integrated, which automatically adjusts the call quality according to the users bandwidth speed and connection strength.
The focus of the app is connectivity and it does a pretty sweet job without breaking a sweat. Loaded with technology and advanced features, Fring is a must have app on all supported devices. There are multiple competitor apps like Nimbuzz, Viber, Tango, which do the job well, but they miss out on the group video-calling feature and that is what makes Fring to stand out.