ooVoo IM, ooVoo for Android, Android VoIP messaging apps

ooVoo announced the release of its new web app this morning. The new web app not only makes it possible to stay in touch with your ooVoo friends without downloading anything, but it also lets you enjoy native chatting right inside your favorite internet browser, assuming of course you’re using Firefox, Microsoft Edge, or Chrome.

“ooVoo for web provides all users universal accessibility to the highest quality, one-on-one and group video calling service,” said Rajesh Midha, Chief Product Officer. “We are especially excited to now provide the Chromebook community with a way to easily access and video chat using ooVoo.”

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ooVoo for web includes most of the popular features from the ooVoo app, including high-definition one-on-one video calling, 12-way group video calling, and integrated messaging. In addition, ooVoo’s Add Friends screen makes it easy to add and invite friends using email, ooVoo ID, Facebook, and Twitter.

ooVoo for web, web-based applications, VoIP and instant messaging

Changes in the new app include:

  • Highest quality HD video calling. Other video chat apps depend on the processing power of devices. ooVoo uses robust cloud servers to provide the highest-quality experience.
  • Easier to experience groups. Video call one-on-one or with up to 12 friends.
  • Integrated messaging. Easy-to-navigate messaging platform to easily share picture and video messages.
  • Multi-login. Stay logged in on both a mobile device and the web.
  • New video calling interface. Experience the best looking ooVoo.

ooVoo, video calling apps, Skype alternatives

Just last week, ooVoo released 3D character support for its iOS and Android app, and with the new web app update today, hopefully it’s a sign that there are more things to come for Windows Phone / Windows 10 users as well.

You can try out the new and improved ooVoo for web here.

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By Josh Robert Nay

Josh Robert Nay is the founder and Editor-in-Chief of TruTower. He has worked in the telecommunications industry since 2003 and specializes in GSM based technology. He also uses (too many) VoIP apps and is a long-time user of BlackBerry, Android, and Windows Phone. He adores anything having to do with space exploration and writing. In addition to the links below, he can be found on LinkedIn and can also be found on his website at http://www.joshrobertnay.com.