Less than one week after launching a Symbian S60 app with video calling support, fring has now announced that its app for iPhone and iPod touch has also been updated to enable video calls.
The video calls are made through Skype, over your Internet connection (3G or WiFi).
Unlike the fring video calls on S60 devices, the ones made on iPhone and iPod touch are not two-way calls, since Apple has yet to put a front-facing camera in its two popular devices.
To download the latest version of fring for iPhone, go here.
A video promo of fring video calling on iPhone can be watched below:
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