Fring has been updated today for Symbian 9.3 devices which now allows Nokia phones running on S60 3rd Edition (Feature Pack 2) to have video calls.
Just a few days ago, Fring added support for video calls on Nokia E71, and now they have extended this feature on more phones.
Fring has now added support for video calls over the Internet for Symbian OS 9.2 devices i.e Nokia E71, E66 etc.
They launched the first ever mobile video calling over the Internet a few months ago starting from only a few devices to test with. Now more devices are being added to the list.
Fring has rolled out new versions for Symbian and Android users. Lots of new features have been added that fringsters have been requesting.
The latest version of the popular social networking and multi-IM client is now available for download.
Fring, the popular mobile IM and VoIP application is now finally available for Android devices. Fring users can make free VoIP calls over Skype, MSN, Google Talk and via hundreds of SIP providers. Plus it also supports Yahoo and Twitter.
It took them quite long to bring Fring to the open-source mobile OS, Android, but they finally did after weeks of alpha testing.