iPhone and Android Now Has Group Video Calling, c/o Fring

Got an important video conference to attend to but afraid that you won’t make it in time at the office? Fret not, as group calling is now available on the Android and iPhone thanks to Fring. Fring is a VoIP calling and chat service founded in 2006, and at present has tens of millions of users in more than 200 countries.


Fring released on Wednesday to the public and is available for application update or download. As with any other group video calling, this feature is supported by WiFi, 3G or 4G. Along with this Fring uses “Dynamic Video Quality” technology that allows for an automatic adjustment of the video bit rates and frame rates to accommodate network bandwidth.

CEO and co-founder of Fring comments, “Users love seeing all their friends at the same time, on one screen, but want to be able to do it when and where they want. This video call revolution lets fringsters be free to get together, wherever.”

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