Ice Shaker Posted October 23, 2012 Report Share Posted October 23, 2012 Fring, one of the first applications for Symbian supports various messaging applications such as ICQ, AIM, MSN, Google Chat, etc. was also one of the first to support the voice and video calls via Skype, which allowed the conversation with anyone who was on a PC or smartphone using Android and iOS, until Skype has changed its policy on access to its network for third-party applications, all blocking, leaving Symbian users without an option of video calls to other operating systems. Currently, Fring for Symbian also allows video calls between fring users who have a User ID and the installed application, but developers of Fring announced the migration to a new platform, which will leave aside the necessity of Id, as is done today in WhatsApp and Viber, allowing you to find all contacts who are using Fring via the phone number in your address book, and you can make calls through Fring (using FringOut) to any phone number worldwide. Ok, what's new? Is it possible to make video calls and voice calls, and exchange text messages, photos, files, etc.. Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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