While most smartphones come equipped with built-in video software, they may not function across all platforms.
Skype is one of the oldest, and probably the most well-known, video chat apps out there.
Since nearly everyone has Google these days, it shouldn’t be difficult to find another person with Hangouts.
Besides the typical features – voice and video chat, instant messaging, and group video chat for up to 10 people – you can also share photos and emojis.
Plus, Viber allows group calling for up to 40 participants, just in case need to chat with that many people at once.
You can log into this popular video chat app by using your Facebook account. But what makes oo Voo so popular is that it links contacts from Facebook and your phone.
Pictures of potential matches in your area appear on your screen and you like what you see, swipe right. If both parties swipe right, you’ll match and can start a convo. They’ve also introduced a new paid tier called Tinder Plus, where you’ll be able to undo a swipe left and super like to your heart’s content.
Looking for a video chat app strictly for business? The app syncs with Linked In so professionals can have a face-to-face way to communicate and connect with each other.
Skype allows its 299 million users to video chat, voice chat, and instant messaging each other.
That’s probably the best thing about Skype – the fact that so many people already have it.
Video chats are not only convenient – we’re always with our smartphones so we can hold a video chat wherever or whenever – it also offers the chance to talk to someone else face-to-face. While most smartphones come equipped with built-in video software, they may not function across all platforms.
Since nearly everyone has a smartphone capable of handling video chats, it’s no surprise more people are discussing business ventures and opportunities via their phones.