Five great Android Wi-Fi calling apps
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Fring: One of the features I appreciate the most in Fring is the ability to freely call other Fring users around the world. What's more, it doesn't cost a penny to use video chat or send messages. In cases where you need to call a landline or mobile that's outside your country of origin, the fringOut option provides inexpensive rates.
Android phones and tablets that feature front-facing cameras can take advantage of video calling with up to four friends at a time. Fring is a great place to start for those looking for a Skype alternative and has improved over time. I have been impressed with the quality in both voice and video calls.