Tango Video Chat to Arrive Nov. 7th on Windows PhoneOctober 26, 2011 2 Comments
With most Windows Phone 7.5 devices having the ability forÂ video chat, Tango Video Chat will be available for those handset on November 7th according to Forbes.
With Microsoft now officially owning Skype, the very popular video chat service has failed to be first to appear on Windows Phone. A Skype spokeswoman told Forbesthat the company â€œdoes not have anything to announce at this time regarding Skype on Windows Phone.â€
â€œI think Microsoft sees video-calling as a killer app for holiday season sales [of Windows Phone devices],â€ said Tango founder and Chief Technology Officer Eric Setton in an interview. â€œAnd no other video-calling company besides us will be out on Windows Phone [before the holidays].â€
Â Source: Forbes
About Tango Video Chat:
Tango is the leader in mobile video communications that enables people to connect with friends and stay closer to family around the world in a way that is fun, easy, spontaneous, and fits the moment. Tango allows you to make free video calls and free phone calls on the iPhone, iPod touch, iPad and hundreds of Android phones and tablets, and provides a high quality experience over 3G, 4G, and Wi-Fi. Tango has tens of millions of people using the service in 190 countries, and delivers millions of minutes of voice and video calls a day, of which 80 percent are video.
Founded in September 2009, Tango has raised $47 million leading venture capital firms and individual investors. Download the Tango application for free in the App Store and Android Marketplace. Tango is based in Palo Alto, California.