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That can go a long way for entrepreneurs and business owners who are always on the go.
But everyone else needs a good video chat app, too.
There have been plenty of contenders for Face Time's crown on both the i OS and Android platforms, but most of them were heavy on features and light on video quality.
After all, where there's a will and a webcam, there's a way.
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Face Time is still the best app out there as far as fluidity and video quality are concerned, but it only works over Wi-Fi and it only supports Apple devices running i OS.
Quality-wise, it's still not quite on par with Face Time, but it reaches more platforms across more networks.
But if you own a device supported by oo Voo, we'd stick with that right now.
The quality of video calls is better and more consistent, and it has the added benefit of group calls.
But now that solid video chat on Skype is available for i OS, OSX, Windows and Android, it really has the potential to be the video chat app to beat.
As it stands, however, Skype needs to smooth out the video calling experience and further expand its device support before it has a chance of taking over.