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Google Announces Native Video Chat for Android

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Apr 28, 2011, 3:58 PM   by Eric M. Zeman   @phonescooper
updated Apr 28, 2011, 4:02 PM

Google today announced that it is adding native support for video chatting to its Google Talk Android application. It will allow Android smartphone users to conduct video chats with other Android smartphone users, as well as Android tablets and the desktop version of Gmail. Google says video chat will work over 3G, 4G, and Wi-Fi. Google Talk with video and voice chat will be distributed to the Nexus S in phases as part of the Android 2.3.4 over-the-air update. It will launch on other Android 2.3+ devices at some point later this year.

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Vincent513

Apr 28, 2011, 4:40 PM

FaceTime

I used FaceTime on my iPhone 4... I just love it so easy to use... all u do is call someone and tap the FaceTime icon... it's easier than all that fringe and qik stuff... even tho u have to be in a wifi zone it's sill great to use... I think FaceTime is the easiest video chat ever...
well if we're going to talk about something completely different, I like talking face to face... no buttons at all lmao
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What the hell does this go to do with face time??? Eh? Eh? Eh?
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...use Face Time over 3G? Does it only work with other iphones?
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If it was *real* video chat it would wwork on any network tech not just wifi. Everybody seems to think wifi is everywhere, it may be in a lot of places but it's not always unsecured, and it's not always free.

I'm glad that Google made this so that...
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