Dreaming about videoconferencing on the iPhone? Fring’s the way to go, since they’ve just implemented video calling on the software, only a week after we’ve seen video support on Fring/Skype for Nokias. See the iPhone video-enabled app in action in the video below:


Remember that this is a one-way video conferencing, for obvious reasons, since the iPhone doesn’t feature a front call camera. Thus, you can only enjoy incoming video only and it might not be much, but it’s still a useful feature. Will we be getting a front camera on the iPhone 4G?

[via mobilecrunch]

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