6 Best Free Video Calling Apps For Android

When you buy an expensive Android phone, the feature that is most tempting is video calling. We all love video calling on our mobile phones when we are away from our friends or relatives. With frontal camera, it is easy to keep in touch with your loved ones or do an office conference while on move. I usually love video calling feature on my Android phone because my work involves a lot of travel for getting new advertisers for my technology blog. With video calling feature enabled on my phone, I easily do video chat with my father and wife.

For video chatting on your Android phones, there are lot of such applications available in market. But before using any of the following apps, try to find good Wi-Fi network or should consider to get the best phone sim card value plan otherwise video calling can be very much expensive on mobile data network.

So, without wasting any more time, here we are sharing some of the best free video applications on your Android phone that will help you do video chat with your near and dear ones. Check out and let us know which one is your favorite video calling app in the comment section below :

1. Skype

Skype Android

This is the most easy and widely available application. The easy use and feature to call landlines and other mobiles have resulted in a large number of audiences. It now comes pre-installed in maximum number of phones. The only thing is it supports Android 2.1 or higher and the ones with Android 2.3 or higher can have access to use front facing cameras. Also, the video quality is not up to the mark.

2. Tango

It is the rising star in Android video chat applications. You can start a regular voice call and switch to video call when you have some data to share. It has a feature where are always connected with tango. This means you need to close the application when you are not using it. Thus if you rely heavily on VoIP calls this will be your best choice.

3. Google Talk

This has the advantage that most people have an account on gtalk enabling you to connect to vast array of population. The only trouble is it does not have best quality of video and call drops occur if you are on Wi-fi. It is the incredibly simple interface it provides which has made it ever so popular.

4. Fring

Fring offers the best DVQ technology, that is, Dynamic Video Quality. You can have group video call with this app on your Android phone. Use it to get the smoothest video call experience.

5. Qik

As beautiful as the name, the android app is also great. It has real fast speed and you don’t need to wait too long for your friend to appear on your screen.

6. OoVoo

A very beautiful app with simple user interface that supports group video chat with maximum of 5 people. This app actually keep the video of the other party on whole screen of your Android phone and your video will appear top-left corner of phone screen.

Author Bio: Yogesh Mankani is a blogger from India who loves to write about new mobile applications, latest Android phones, various phone sim card carrier plans and anything related to gadgets.

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D-Techz is an admin at techybloggerz and a part time blogger who love technology and likes to try on new stuff especially something that related to computers, gadgets, and games. Technology always comes as long as you follow them:)

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