Nimbuzz to support VoIP on Android

So, it is the turn of Nimbuzz after Fring to provide VoIP on Android now. Today, Nimbuzz announced the release of their updated Android client which will support “High Quality” VoIP calls on the go.

High quality VoIP calls on Android will allow users to call friends and family on Skype, Google Talk, Yahoo, Windows Live Messenger (MSN) and Nimbuzz. This complements the IM and file sharing features already available on Nimbuzz for Android, which can be downloaded from the Android Marketplace and via

‘We are delighted to launch VoIP calls over Android and are excited to welcome our existing and new Android users to enjoy the benefits of free mobile VoIP calls & instant messaging with Nimbuzz. From an industry perspective, today’s announcement firmly establishes VoIP’s place in the future of the mobile eco system,” said Evert-Jaap Lugt, founder & CEO of Nimbuzz, in a statement.

One thought on “Nimbuzz to support VoIP on Android

  1. VIOP is definitely the way of the future. It’s exciting to see the new technologies being developed. I am an electrical engineering and programmer, and although I don’t work in the VOIP field, I am great interested by it.

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