Fring finally comes to Android, available for download now

Already available for Symbian and Windows Mobile, fring has now been launched for Android.

The fring Android app will allow you to make free VoIP calls over Skype, Google Talk or MSN, as well as to chat via ICQ, AIM or Yahoo!

Twitter is also integrated, and it looks like the fring app works with any version of Android.

There are some bugs that should be fixed in the following releases: Motorola Droid can’t support SIP and SkypeOut calls, and it can’t display GSM contacts in fring’s buddy list; also, the call disconnection tone may be heard several times when you terminate a call.

Fring for Android can be downloaded via Android Market, or directly to your phone at m.fring.com

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Fring Android Motorola Droid

A video presentation of fring for Android can be watched below:

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Author: Ilinca Nita

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  • reallythinkaboutthis

    With Any Mobile Any Time on Sprint, the only “minutes charged” calls are to land lines. When I use Google Voice to call a land line from my cell phone, the call is treated as a land line call and charged against my regular “any time” minutes. Does fring change that situation?

  • http://www.axvoice.com/ Internet Phone

    Fring Software is a VoIP application and the good news is that fring is available now for free in the Apple App Store and can be loaded on your iPhone without any jailbreaking required.

  • http://www.axvoice.com/ Internet Phone

    Fring Software is a VoIP application and the good news is that fring is available now for free in the Apple App Store and can be loaded on your iPhone without any jailbreaking required.