5 Best Free Video Calling Apps for Android, iOS
Voice calling and group calling is quite popular. but sometimes we really wish to watch the person and communicate as this brings back the emotion of facial expressions. On this note, here is a list of best free video calling apps for Android and iOS, that trim the distance and bring your dear ones more closer with video callings.
An idea of suggesting these best video calling apps came into my mind, as these apps works on internet, which means in no ways it shall effect your cellphones bills, which generally upsets your monthly budget. All of these video calling apps, are unique withing themselves and provide many other features than just video calling.
Viber is one of the most popular communication app which is quite popular for voice calling, sharing photos, text messaging, etc. across the world. You need to register with the app and have internet connection to communicate. Its mandatory that both the people should have Viber installed on their Android devices. You check within your contact who all are already using Viber and at the same time connect via Facebook for the same. This video calling app also supports group chats where up to 100 users can join the chat at a time.
The best part of this app is that part from supporting smartphones, there are desktop version for Windows and Mac also so that you can use it on laptops and desktops as well, which seem great.
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Developed By: Viber Media S.à r.l.
Skype – free IM & video calls:
As I said earlier Viber is quite popular video calling app, but at the same time Skype doesn’t loses the priority. Skype is quite well-known application for desktop and now for smartphones that lets you perform video calls, voice calls, text chats, file sharing, and a lot more. Youy can use this well-known app to communicate across the world no matter they;re using desktop software or mobile application. It works for all. These days Skype Qik an app for group video chats is trending and getting popular these days.
Developed By: Skype
Line is another voice calling app, that offers you variety of options. Other than voice calls, this app has the ability of video calls, send text messages, etc. All these communicating options uses your wifi and requires no mobile balance. Like above video call apps, this is also a cross-platform which is available on majority of platforms. You need to register and sync with phones contact to see, which all contacts are already using LINE. The best part of this app is that unlike with Viber, this isn’t a pre-requisite one. This app comprises of all social components, that lets you post status on your timelines for your friends to see and remain updated with you.
Developed By: LINE Corporation
Another app that supports video call is ooVoo. This is an app that lets you chat via text, do voice calls, video calls, photo sharing, video recording and much more. This video call app is again a cross-platform application, that adds another plus point to it. You can register and check which all contact are already using this app and at the same time you can invite friends from Twitter, Facebook, email, to join you at ooVoo. This video calling app supports group chats up to 12 users with good sound clarity.
Developed By: ooVoo LLC
Tango is a messaging app that comes with variety of other features like, photo sharing, video calling, voice calling, text messaging, meet new friends and more. This app provides high quality voice and video calls without any interruption. Not only that, this app also supports 1 to 1 group chat with up to 300 friends, which actually a huge number. You can also post status, links, audio messages, music clips, animated surprises and lot more via this app. This app also suggests you friends which you may know and at the same time you can search new friends across the globe.
Developed By: Tango
All these apps mentioned above provides great video calling experience. I personally use Viber and Skype as all my cousins are located across the globe. Tell me among this list of video calling apps, which one would you love to prefer in the comments below.