Thursday 20 October 2011

Nimbuzz introduces cross platform video calling app for iPhone and PC.

Nimbuzz is currently used the world over and is available on thousands of the world’s most popular devices across all major platforms which include Symbian, iOS devices, Android, BlackBerry and a host of others. The company has recently announced that they have upgraded their platform which enables users to enjoy video communication. The company claims that by bringing in video calling and video chatting technology to its 65 million users globally, they are bringing in a new phase of communication.

This video calling feature from Nimbuzz works over Wi-Fi as well as 3G and enables users to stay connected with other Nimbuzz users who have installed the latest version of the software. The company states that those users with a 2G connection can also video chat with other Nimbuzz users.

Speaking at the launch of this cross platform app, Mr. Jamshed V Rajan, Country Manager, Nimbuzz India, said, “At Nimbuzz, we believe in providing the best possible communication platform for our users. With 3G becoming popular and with smartphones with front cameras in vogue it was only natural for us to get into video calling. In fact, we have done one better by introducing a video chat as well wherein users share the video streams with each other but communicate by text.”

As of now this app update is available only for iPhone but the company states that they plan to introduce video-communication technology to its other platforms like Symbian and Android. For more information, click the link here.

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