To record a video interview or start a video chat face to face isn’t a big deal even if the participants are located miles away from each other. But to organize a video conference for a group of 5, 10 or 12 people can become a real challenge. No matter what your goal is, you’ll need a good group video calling tool. Have a look at top free video chat programs we picked out for you.
Video chat on smartphones has come a long way in a relatively short amount of time, and the tools available for Android have matured from gimmicky to genuinely useful. You have a lot of great options, but we think that Google Hangouts deserves the crown for the overall best and most well-integrated method to see and talk with friends.
Smartphones have featured a camera facing toward their users for a long, long time but only in the last couple of years have video calling apps become reliable enough to use them all the time. Now, there’s almost too much choice. Hopefully, our list of Top 10 Video Calling Apps for Android will have something for you.
Download and enjoy!
It's been a while since we updated this post, and in the time since we last selected Skype as our favorite video chat application for Android, the arena has shifted entirely. Lots of people went from not using their phones for video chat or video calls at all to having a best-in-class tool built in that they use on the reg. Here's our new favorite pick, along with where the competition stands today.