Google Android VOIP App by Fring

2 Comments 14 January 2015

World’s first Android VOIP App Released

The Google Android is getting very popular around the world. Fring has developed the first VOIP application for the Android. This means that Android users can now make phone calls using SIP providers. Allowing this means that many users can disconnect there cell phone minute plans and use Wifi to make phone calls. A great money saver!

Fring’s VOIP app allows free voip phone calls over Skype, GoogleTalk, MSN, and Fring. Along with those this app can be used with thousands of SIP service providers to make free local and long distance calls. This service works from 3G, GPRS, or Wifi. So almost any user with a Droid phone can put it to use.

If you watched the video, then you are able to see how the Fring VOIP application works. This is just the beginning after seing this, we can predict that Google will be integrating there Google Voice with Android. That is something to look forward too.

Originally posted 2009-11-22 06:30:12.

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