Now video chat with Opera Browser for Android http://bit.ly/1lCmxiO
Opera today has updated the version of it’s mobile browser which includes a major update ; the WebRTC, which stands for Real Time Communication API definition.
With the WebRTC support, users can video chat with up to 8 users without downloading a third party app.
"You can visit a website to start a video call with anyone using a
WebRTC-compatible browser such as Opera 20. All you need to do
is visit a site such as appear.in, get an address for your video
conference and share it with those you’d like to join,” states
Opera’s official blog post .
Additionally, the updated Opera browser for Android will keep the
user updated “on the camera and microphone usage”, with the
help of on-screen requests like seen previously in its desktop
The other features posted by the Opera blog are:
A fresh look for the Speed Dial reflects a flat design.
Users of Opera for Android can now choose how to set
up the browser navigation bars to suit their mobile
phone or tablet.
The Chromium core got a kick up to version 33, and
multiple bugs in text-wrap and text selection are
Improvements to search sees the combined search and
address bar upgraded, allowing easier search by
maintaining the words you search for in the bar.
The Opera browser for Android (v20) can be downloaded from the
Google Play store . The application requires Android 4.0 Ice Cream
Sandwich and later OS versions to run.