12 Video Calling Apps That Will Never Disappoint You!

Video calling is one of the most amazing features on Messaging App industry which lets you call your friends and family using internet for free. People were making video calls over the internet before smartphones came around, but the technology is a million times better nowadays.

If you have an Android phone with front facing camera and are on 3G/4G or Wi-Fi network, then you can easily make free video calls. In order to make a free video call, you need to have a video calling app installed on your phone.

The following are some of the best free video calling apps for Android…

  1. JusTalk:

JusTalk is a video calling and group calling app for everyone- simple, reliable, secure and fun, so you never miss a moment. Easily and quickly select a friend or loved one and choose voice call or video call, with simple interface that brings everyone together. If you want something that’s essentially just a live video chatting app, this isn’t bad choice.

  1. Tango:

Tango is one of the oldest video calling apps for Android. Over the years, it’s been added to and improved which has result in a full-fledged messaging service complete with video and voice calling. You can also host group video chat in Tango. It’s unique and fun to use.

  1. WeChat:

Whenever we discuss regarding best video calling apps, it is simply impossible to forget WeChat which has been released in 2011. In July 2012 they added Video Calling feature. This is another very popular online video chatting service with over 100 million installations to date.

  1. Line:

Line is one of the most popular Messaging Apps in Asia which was launched in 2011 by the Japanese company NAVER Corporation. Line has introduced their video calling feature in 2013. Their video calling feature is simple awesome and very clear. You’ll get instant messaging, social networking feature, group chats, and a lot more.

  1. KakaoTalk:

KakaoTalk is a very popular messaging service that boasts more than 150 million users worldwide. It’s also a decent video calling app. It also comes with voice filters, group chats, and even Android Wear support.

  1. Hangout:

Google’s own video and messaging app is one of the most popular ways to make voice and video calls from your Android phone, and the app usually comes pre-installed. It is one of the best live video conference apps because you can chat one-on-one, or add more participants (up to 10). It also works cross-platform so you can call someone on your phone and hey can answer on their computer.

  1. Skype:

Skype is undoubtedly one of the best video calling apps available on all major platforms including Android. The app supports both the front facing and the rear camera for absolutely no charge. You can make video calls on your Android phone using Skype to Skype. Apart from video calling, you can also make voice calls and phone calls to landlines and other mobile numbers using Skype credit at a very cheap rate. There’s a pretty good chance your friends and family are already using it.

  1. Google Duo:

Google Duo is the newest app on our list, but it might be the best. The headlining feature of Duo is the bare bones simplicity of it. All you need is a phone number and you’re ready to go. Another great feature is “Knock knock”, which gives you the ability to see the caller before answering the call. If you want something so easy to use, Duo is the one.

  1. Viber:

Originally, Viber was a unique application that was billed as a great app for making free phone calls. Popular messaging app Viber added video calls in 2014, making it even more useful. For video calling, you can either send a pre-recorded video in a chat, or have a live video conversation. Viber has tons of features to keep you connected and the video calling works beautifully.

  1. WhatsApp:

Video calling is probably not the first thing on your mind when you think about WhatsApp. The world’s most popular messaging app does indeed have the capability. Video calling is just one of the many ways you can communicate on WhatsApp. It’s super easy to make a video call and, like Skype, there’s a very good chance your friends are already on WhatsApp.

  1. IMO:

IMO was founded and funded by ten of the first Google employees. There was a time when people understood video calls as Skype. But now a day if anyone talks about video calling then it is undoubtedly understood as IMO. If you search on Google Play by typing “best video calling app”, you will definitely find IMO on Top of the search results. IMO has already got a huge user base for their lower app size and simple user interface. With one tap, you can launch a video call, without even needing to open a conversation, like you need to do with the other apps.

  1. Facebook Messenger:

Like WhatsApp, you might not think of Facebook Messenger as a video calling app, but it is. FB Messenger can do pretty much anything you want in terms of communication. The video calling feature works on phone and computers. There’s very good chance that everyone you know is already on Facebook, which makes Messengers an easy and first choice.

The Google Play Store has hundreds of thousands of apps to choose from. This list only scratches the surface. If I missed any of the best video calling apps for Android, tell me about them in the comment!

 

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