In addition to video and voice calls with other mobile and desktop users, there's also instant messaging through the app to other Oo Voo users.
This usually comes in handy for arranging calling times or communicating in case of a technical obstruction.
Users can go from one conversation to another, seeing other users on their Android terminal.
If you like someone, you can continue talking with them.
This could be your mum, dad, carer or a school teacher.
Your colleagues, customers, and friends alike join the video call instantly. Second, since Oovoo Mobile extends Oo Voo's Skype competitor on Windows to the mobile phone, it doesn't restrict calls to mobile users, as does Fring.Oovoo Mobile has most of the touch-friendly controls you'd expect, and in a clean interface design.CNET got an early look at Oo Voo Mobile last week, speaking with Oo Voo employees we called on a mix of PCs and Android phones.The video and app were impressive overall, even if the early preview version we saw lacked some key features that are promised at launch (like the camera swap mode and landscape video support.) Video quality varied in our demo, which we expected.As you may have noticed, our video experience has not been up to our standards lately.