ooVoo Video Chat Adds Support for 4 Video Panes on the iPhone 4S

Posted August 21, 2012 at 2:34pm by iClarified | Please help us and submit a translation by clicking here | 4563 views

ooVoo Video Chat has been updated to add support for 4 video panes on the iPhone 4S and the ability to text while on a video call.

Features:
* Video chat with friends on Facebook directly from your iPhone
* Log in with Facebook and instantly connect to your friends
* Improved interface and design to help you navigate the app
* Faster to initiate and connect group calls
* Social Features! Discover and video chat with Facebook and Twitter friends easily
* Automatically find friends that have ooVoo
* Unlimited FREE video chat and text chat with up to 12 friends
* Video, text chat and call friends on any device
* Save money with FREE international calls to other ooVoo members
* Vibrant Community of 50 million + users that express themselves, share and inspire through ooVoo

Supported devices:
* iPhone 4S (with 4 video screens)
* iPhone 4
* iPhone 3GS (rear camera)
* New iPad (with 4 video screens)
* iPad 2 (with 4 video screens)
* iPad 1 (voice call)
* iPod Touch

What's New In This Version:
* Support for 4 video panes on the iPhone 4S
* Ability to text chat while on a video call
* Push notifications for incoming video calls and chat messages
* Start a new chat from the IM tab
* Tracked history of all your video chats and text chats
* Fixed a usability issue of accidentally calling friends with just one click
* Bug fixes
* UX improvements

You can download ooVoo Video Chat from the App Store for free.

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ratGT - August 22, 2012 at 11:06pm
Maybe a replacement for the lately updated, yet crippled and retarded new Skype? MS you suck hard, YOU HEAR THIS???
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