Fring lands on Galaxy S II, Droid Charge, and others

June 6, 2011
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Fring is an interesting app that allows you to have group video chats with coworkers or pals across multiple devices and platforms. The app that makes all the video calling magic happen is available for iOS, Android, and some Nokia smartphones. Fring Mobile Group video chat app came out of beta back in late April. The app allows for video calling on 3G, 4G, and WiFi networks and users can call other Fring users at no cost.

Fring has announced that a new version of its app is now available on the Android Market and other places. The app is now version 3.1.1.1 and was updated today. The new version requires Android 1.5 and up and now supports new handsets. The new handsets that are supported in the latest version include the HTC Flyer, Samsung Droid Charge, Nexus S when on Android 2.3.4, and the Samsung Galaxy S II.

The app also has bug fixes applied and you can call up to four people in video chats at the same time. Previously on June 1 the company had offered early access to a few users that had the previously unsupported. Anyone can get the app right now on the Android Market. You can see a video of the new version in action below.

[via Fring]


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  • Thecerealpoet

    It isn’t working on my Galaxy II 4g (Sprint). I can see my friend, and I can see myself in the corner, and we can hear each other, but she can’t see me.