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WhatsApp Video Calling for Android Launched

WhatsApp Video Calling for Android Launched
October 25, 2016Swati Khandelwal
WhatsApp is, no doubt, the largest end-to-end encrypted messaging network that allows over billion of its users to send messages, photos, videos, voice messages, documents, and calls that are secure from falling into the wrong hands. And now it seems like WhatsApp is rolling out a much-awaited feature for the new beta versions of its Android app: Video Calling . New beta version 2.16.318 of WhatsApp brings the ability for users to conduct free video calls, though it is not clear, at this moment, whether the Video calling feature of WhatsApp provides end-to-end encryption. In order to activate video calls, you simply need to pull up a contact in the WhatsApp app, tap on the call icon and choose "Video Call." You can also go directly to the Calls tab, to begin with the option. The Video calls will only work if both the caller as well as the receiver have the same beta build of WhatsApp that supports the feature. If not, you will be notified of an error message that

Firefox 41 integrates Free Built-in Instant Messaging and Video Chat to Your Browser

Firefox 41 integrates Free Built-in Instant Messaging and Video Chat to Your Browser
September 24, 2015Khyati Jain
Mozilla launches Voice and Video Connect with the release of Official Firefox 41.0 Release . After significant improvements done in the Firefox Nightly experimental build of version Firefox 41.0, the stable release has a lot to offer. How would it be experiencing a seamless communication – video and voice calls and text messaging being directly built in your browser? Here's How: Mozilla has launched the stable release of Firefox 41.0 , equipped with project " Firefox Hello " offering free VOIP and instant messaging services through WebRTC ( Real Time Communication ) channel. Firefox Hello had already arrived last year via Firefox 41.0 Beta release with an aim of improving user's experience by providing them with free voice and video calling features, irrespective of additional software or hardware support. By adopting Firefox Hello : Both the parties don't need to have same browsers, software or hardware. No sign-up other than
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