Video Calling

Amazon Announces New ‘Chime’ Video Calling Service

In an effort to compete with services like WebEx, Skype for Business and GoToMeeting, Amazon has announced a new ‘Chime’ video calling service, with native applications for MacOS, iOS, Windows and Android, PCWorld is reporting. Although Chime’s infrastructure is based in the U.S., Gene Farrell, Amazon Web Services' vice president of enterprise applications, said that the service can be accessed worldwide....

WhatsApp Rolling Out Free Encrypted Video Calling

After months of beta testing, Facebook-owned social messenger app WhatsApp on Tuesday rolled out the much-awaited video calling feature, according to a new report from CNET. It is interesting to note that the video calling feature is being made available in India first, then to the rest of the world. “We’re introducing this feature because […]

Google Debuts ‘Duo’ HD Video Calling App for iOS and Android

Google has today announced the launch of a brand new HD video calling app called ‘Duo’ for iOS and Android, which is believed to be the company’s answer to Apple’s FaceTime. The app has been revealed alongside a new smart messaging app called ‘Allo’, which is an AI-based chat app supercharged with machine learning and a new...

BBM for iOS Gets Video Calling in U.S. and Canada

BlackBerry has just announced the introduction of video-call feature in its BBM messaging app for iOS, though the feature is currently limited to the U.S. and Canada, VentureBeat reports. The beta feature, which is now available as part of the latest version of BBM for iOS in the App Store, will begin rolling out to BBM users...

Skype Rolls Out Group Video Calling for iPhone and iPad

Last month, Skype announced that it will soon be launching group video calling feature on mobile phones and tablets to celebrate 10 years of video calling. Today, the new feature is starting to roll out in the U.S., Canada and Western Europe, and will be available on iPhone, iPad as well as Android phones and tablets. "We plan to...

WhatsApp Video Calling Images Leak, Suggests Imminent Release

According to a new post by Macerkopf.de showing what it claims to be the leaked images of an upcoming build of WhatsApp for iOS, the popular multi-platform messaging app is expected to get the ability to send or receive video calls directly via WiFi or cellular services very soon. The source notes that the screenshots have...