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

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 Mobile Group Video out of beta

Earlier this month, we reported that Fring was beta testing a group video app which would allow users to make video chat calls. At the time, the App was available by invitation only. Now, as of today, Fring's group video chat is now out of beta and is available for download. The Group video calling feature users to hold a group video chat with 3 other friends, even over 3G.

Fring Beta Adds Android and iPhone Group Video Calls

The iPhone has FaceTime, but you can’t call a group and have lots of video chatting pals on at one time. The other major VoIP platform Skype can't video chat with lots of folks either. A new beta version of Fring is out that will work for both the iPhone and Android devices. The new beta version has a cool new group video call feature.

Fring for Android updated: Nexus S and Gingerbread support; Smoother audio

Fring has updated its Android app, with the free video and audio call software now supporting Android 2.3 Gingerbread and getting "enhanced" Nexus S support. There are also improved notifications and a boosted activity log which pulls in all calls, friend alerts, chats, video calls, history and system messages into a single place. Perhaps most importantly, audio performance has been boosted with better buffering. You can download the Fring v2.4.3.2 app here. [youtube 075s8L7CL64]

fring Sees Staggering Revenue from fringOut

Two months ago, Fring decided to give something back to its users. While it is already used as one of the premiere applications for video calling on the Android platform, they decided to make it possible for users to make outbound calls at a dirt cheap price. Since they released fringOut two months ago, it looks like the company has made quite a big impact within the Android Market, and seen some great revenue from it.

Fring Updated, Bringing in ‘Dynamic Video Quality’

Fring, the ever popular video chat/IM client, has been updated to today. The update brings in a new featured called Dynamic Video Quality. DVQ will automatically adjust the video call quality to match your internet bandwidth at all times in real time.

Fring coming to Android with support for all carriers

If you are an Android user no matter the carrier you are on and want a VoIP app that is better than Skype, Fring is coming soon. The app is carrier agnostic and will allow you to make calls to landlines from within the Fring IM app. The company is growing quickly and is said to be adding about a million new users monthly.

Fring is first to bring video calling to Android

With the upcoming release of the HTC EVO 4G, Samsung Galaxy S and Dell Streak, the need for video calling software will increase drastically. Yes, most of these devices will come with preloaded software that can handle this but this is Android and there always room for choice. Fring will be the first to offer video calling software to Android and it is capable of a lot more than just that.