ooVoo, a social video chat service that already has 100 million registered users worldwide, is finally making its Windows Phone app debut today. The app allows users to conduct one-on-one HD video chats or group chats with up to 12 people.
Rajesh Midha, Head of Product for ooVoo, said:
ooVoo is excited to have worked together with Microsoft Corp. to provide our Windows Phone users with a great experience. Our Windows Phone app is fully native to the platform, and by bringing the best of our product to a whole new suite of supported devices, we continue to seamlessly connect friends and family everywhere.
In addition to video chat, the Windows Phone 8 and 8.1 app supports instant messages and voice calls, along with recording and sharing of videos and photos. The app uses as ooVoo's proprietary Superclear video technology which is supposed to automatically adjust for any packet loss for calls that have a low bandwidth connection..
You can download the free ooVoo app from the Windows Phone Store right now.