As a doe-eyed twenty-something he started his first blog TechComet to comment on anything tech-related that caught his omniscient eye. Since then he has blogged for Android Police , Make Tech Easier , and This Green Machine . In the real world, Abhiroop Basu is a resident of Singapore and the Editor of The Digit, a subsidiary of The Potato Productions Group . VoIP App ‘Viber’ Gets A Major Holo-clad Makeover, Releases Desktop Application Xcom923 I saw this on another site first but by the time I tried to sign up the beta was already filled (500 places) so signing up now will get you on a waiting list to be apart of the beta. http://www.androidpolice.com/author/abhiroop-basu/ Abhiroop thanks for pointing that out exa Gtalk 2.3.4 ? 🙂 Xcom923 yeah at this point I don’t see why you wouldn’t just use GTalk if you have google voice….but also if you have sprint then it wouldn’t matter either since you’d have unlimited everything ^_^ http://www.AndroidPolice.com Artem Russakovskii Indeed, but more options are good too, especially considering Viber is already pretty popular.
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Facebook adds free calling for Android Messenger app users
The ability to schedule “quiet time,” business telefonanlage and organize contacts into caller groups really make Google Voice a handy service. However, making Wi-Fi or data calls is a feature that has yet to make it to the app. That’s where Android apps like Talkatone, GrooVeIP, and Phone for Google Voice and GTalk come into play. Using one of these apps will allow you to sign in with your Google Voice number/account and dial calls over a Wi-Fi connection.
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3 Android apps for Wi-Fi calling with Google Voice
(Credit: Fring) Android phones and tablets that feature front-facing cameras can take advantage of video calling with up to four friends at a time. Fring is a great place to start for those looking for a Skype alternative and has improved over time. I have been impressed with the quality in both voice and video calls. Standout features: Free Fring-to-Fring calling anywhere in the world; inexpensive international rates; up to four video callers at once. Skype As the biggest name in Wi-Fi calling, the Skype app for Android has seen more than 100 million installs. Much like the desktop counterpart, the mobile version allows for a variety of ways to stay connected.
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Viber : Free Messages & Calls 3.0.1 (for Android)
Here are six best video calling applications for Android. 1. Tango Text, Voice, Video Calls An all-in-one social networking apps featuring highest quality video calls, phone calls, text messages, games, picture sharing, and more, available for free. The app is easy to site use and works with 3G, 4G, and Wi-Fi connection. 2. Skype – Free IM and Video Calls free international call app for android Free voice and video calls to any platform with Skype app. It features IMs, video, and voice calls for free via 3G or Wi-Fi, low-cost calls and SMS to mobile or landlines, sending images, videos and files to any Skype contacts you have, uses both front and rear cameras, and allows talking with Windows Live Messenger friends. 3. ooVoo Video Call Free Video Calls, Free Voice Calls, and Free Instant Messages are three primary features of view publisher site this app.
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Five great Android Wi-Fi calling apps
Note that Viber will annoyingly create a shortcut to your device’s desktop even if you’ve already made one. Using Viber Once you’re up and running, Viber will automatically import all your contacts in the middle contacts section. From here you can quickly call or send messages using either Viber or your normal data plan. This is a smart option, since it encourages you to use Viber as your one-stop-shop for voice and messaging.
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Viber To Release Free Calling, Messaging App For Android This Week
Earlier this year, the company introduced free voice calling for iPhone users, letting them use the Messenger app to call other Facebook members. The app uses smartphones’ Internet connections to make the call, either through a Wi-Fi network or over 3G or 4G networks. Now, three months after introducing the feature for iPhone users, Facebook started rolling it out to some U.S. Android users Thursday afternoon and says more users will get the feature throughout Friday. They don’t need to update the Messenger app to use the free voice calling feature. Once users get the feature, they can access it by tapping the circled “i” icon from within a conversation.
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Top 6 Video Calling Apps for Android [Videos]
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