Fring has launched an updated version of its iOS app which adds support for video chat on the new 4th generation iPod touch with a front-facing camera.The app already supports video chat on the iPhone 4 and on Android phones with cameras (you’ll probably get best results with a front-facing camera).

The app also lets you make free voice calls to other Fring users or sent text-based chat messages.

The company also launched a fringOut service recently which lets users make VoIP calls to telephone numbers at relatively cheap rates. But fringOut is currently only available on Symbian and Android devices. The new iOS app doesn’t support that feature yet.

Fring for iOS is available as a free download from the App Store.

Brad Linder

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One reply on “Fring 4.1 for iOS adds support for iPod touch video chat”

  1. we cannot take advantage of video chatting by ipad with this software on ipod touch, rumoring that 7-inch ipad will have two cameras, that is cute thing, and I purchased ipad in july, the reason why I choose it is its convenience, actually, I’m feeling inconvenience with the 9.7-inch multi-touch screen, what’s more this problem cannot be solved like video formats limited by ipad which can defeat by video converter like ifunia and handbrake.

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