Not just chat, conferencing

Mobile video conferencing apps have been struggling to come online for some time. While Qik and Fring offer two-way video calls on mobile, OoVoo Mobile is the first Android attempt to bring in multiple callers. You can have a total of six on the same call.
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Clean interface

Clean, touch-friendly design is key to making a relatively complex idea execute smoothly.
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Landscape mode

Videos will be supported in landscape mode at launch, and there's a "switch camera" button for toggling between broadcasting from the front and back cameras.
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Options

You can send voice and video calls, or message through the OoVoo Mobile app.
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Chatting

Instant messaging is fairly straightforward in OoVoo Mobile.
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