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Uber Geek
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Topic # 84694 5-Jun-2011 20:19
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It's like Skype 
 http://www.oovoo.com/home.aspx

 

ooVoo Video Features


  • Up to 6 participants in a call

  • Import your contacts from IM, social network, email and more

  • Record and send video messages

  • Change your view to Full Screen mode

  • Record and store audio and video calls

  • Text chat and share files


Devices it works on are here:

 http://www.oovoo.com/Mobile.aspx?pname=MobileDevices

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Master Geek
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  Reply # 478136 6-Jun-2011 01:04
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Wow this looks great! I was disappointed that Skype on Android doesn't have video like its iOS counterpart..

Too bad its not supported on my device =(



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  Reply # 478217 6-Jun-2011 13:04
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You can email them and ask when it will be ready for your device.
What is your device anyway?

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  Reply # 478299 6-Jun-2011 19:38
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I own a motorola defy. I guess I wouldn't use it much anyway since there's no front facing camera. But it would still be fun to muck around with. Like giving a live stream of a concert I'm at to all my friends or something... :D

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