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.
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.
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 v184.108.40.206 app here. [youtube 075s8L7CL64]
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.