+amgD IT'LL CHANGE THE WAY YOU WORK, PLAY, or just Hangout!
Watch for the worldwide public launch on Desktop (zero install!), iOS, and Android this New Year's Eve!
Already available without leaving Farcebook, at https://apps.Facebook.com/TeleCommunion/
"It's like Skype--only without the skype; zero-install document and desktop collaboration, group videochats, SMS/MMS and Voice integration--through regular phone numbers, which we provide local access via freely-useable inbound phone numbers (like calling card local numbers) in any of 75+ countries!"
TeleCommunion free public beta--up in Google play app market by Saturday, 13dec2014-but doesn't require installation for most systems (installation only ensures software dependencies for Android are all using a common base version; TeleCommunion is actually built 100% on IETF-ratified internet standard protocols and will run on chrome and opera browsers without modification and eventually on Firefox, when it implements the new standards properly)
-poised for a New Years launch date of the final platform, which will be built cantered on an unlimited storage collaborative workspace, with integration to existing phones via a standard phone number and free public access phone numbers (like calling cards) in any of 75+ countries, collaborative desktop streaming, regular phone calling, document collaboration--it really does represent a Tele-Communion!
[+amgD] Even though it's zero-install, it helps keep everyone on the same codebase and if you don't have Chrome installed on your Android, it doesn't add a whole browser just to support me--it adds only the components that Chrome has of the next IETF WebRTC standard that Firefox and other browsers haven'tcaught up to yet.. )
You can also use the App on Farcebook at https://apps.facebook.com/telecommunion and or at https://chat.cloud59.ca on the web. I'll compile an iOS version when someone donates an Apple developer key, but again, since Chrome is available for Mac and iPhone and it's not necessary to insatll if you have it already (it's truly zero-install!)