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Discussion in 'Android Apps & Games' started by Lineman69, May 13, 2011.

  1. Lineman69

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    What is the best video chat app out there that uses the front facing camera??
     

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    Probably Tango, or ooVoo, if your phone is compatible!
     
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    Fring until Gtalk comes to the Evo
     
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    Can any one tell me video chatting app compatible with Non-front facing camera handsets like HTC Wildfire?
     
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    ooVoo is compatible with non-front facing camera
     
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    I was using gtalk but for some reason it stopped working on my acer a500. I now use Clearsea as it can work on a pc as well. Tango was good but they haven't released their pc version yet.
     
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    I use skype personally. Works fine.
     
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    I use "Qik Video". I haven't used it but a few times and it works well. If your not on 3G, 4G or wifi, the video is choppy and laggy. I really like how simple it is to create a video and send to someone to view. I can manage videos from phone or computer. I can even switch between the front and rear facing camera.
     

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