Fring & eReader Apps now available on Android [Video]

by Hero on November 18, 2009

in Applications,News,Video

Fring for AndroidFring, a social media application, has at long last landed on Android. It works over 3G, GPRS and Wi-Fi to make free VoIP calls using Skype, Google Talk, MSN and others. You can check out a quick ‘Fring for Android’ introduction video after the break. Or if you’re already familiar, head over to Android Market, where it’s available to download now for free.

For those who want the option to read from a handset, you’ll be glad to hear that eReader is also available on Android. I couldn’t find it on Android Market right now, but you can manually install it here. The application supports the eReader and Fictionwise bookstores. It also supports the PDB format. Seems worth a download for those who want access to their online bookstores on the move.

Via TechCrunch & JKOnTheRun.

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1 Jamie November 19, 2009 at 8:37 PM

You might not realize this, but this Fring is GROUNDBREAKING and GAME-CHANGING! It’s the first real VOIP app that works decently over 3G. (with Skype and SIP calls)

2 Bee November 25, 2009 at 6:53 AM

Excellent!! really ground breaking. was wondering if it could work in the back-ground while im browsing or doing something else ? .. How

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