Update for Fring bridges Android and iPhone owners with two-way video calling

Update for Fring bridges Android and iPhone owners with two-way video calling
If you've been watching a decent dose of television of late, you've probably encountered one of Apple's latest commercials for the iPhone 4 where they showcase video chat via FaceTime. However, Fring may soon become more of a popular client for handset owners thanks to the latest update for the Fring app for iOS 4 which bridges two-way video calls between the iPhone 4 (even 3GS) with either Android or S60 smartphones. Apple iPhone 4 owners can now rely on using the phone's front facing camera to chat with friends sporting Android or S60 devices – it'll work on either Wi-Fi or 3G connectivity. That's of course the beauty of Fring as it's able to connect more users with one another, plus there are additional enhancements found to make the experience somewhat more complete. It now offers Twitter stream integration to keep you posted on all the latest happenings, multi-tasking, and an updated address book which combines various contact lists from across applications. So if you're tired of having to contact only other iPhone 4 owners to show off video chat to people, now you can rely on Fring as a healthy alternative.

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