Until recently, however, there haven't been many good ways to video chat using your smartphone—the services just weren't mature enough.But that all changed with smartphone innovator Apple's release of Face Time with the i Phone 4, the real kickoff of the video chat craze.So, if you’re looking to get on board with video chat for all phones, check out these seven suggestions.
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.
Of course, Camfrog allows you to chat with friends, family, and acquaintances, but you can also start or join a chat room if you want to meet new people.
In a way, it’s a hybrid between a social discovery app and video chat app, which is pretty cool.
The latest crop, however, is making up for lost time.