5 Best Video Chat Apps for Android
While it was once the common thing to make voice calls and occasionally use Skype as a social platform for video calling, now it’s common practice to video call all of the time. Video chat apps have evolved and progressed to make it easy to chat with our friends regardless of our Internet connection or device.
If you love video chat apps but haven’t quite decided on a favorite, we’ve found 5 of the best video chat apps for Android so you can just relax and get swapping media and being social with your friends.
First up is Facebook Messenger. Facebook has evolved so much since it first emerged as a leading social platform many years ago, and as such has it’s own dedicated messenger app. One of the great additions to this messenger app is that you can make both voice and video calls as you please, while also being able to exchange messages, photos and much more.
Skype is next on our list but it should come as no surprise given the fact that it has been around for years and years. Skype was one of the first pieces of software to allow video calls alongside standard text conversations and hasn’t grown old in its age. It’s an invaluable piece of software that lets you make phone calls for almost nothing as well as video chatting your friends and contacts.
Google Duo is of course a brilliant app, which is what we’ve grown to expect from such a powerhouse as Google. It’s a fantastic communication app which is basically Android’s version of FaceTime. It’s compact, shows you a real-time preview of who is calling you and is a video chat app that lets you contact friends in seconds.
Tango has been around for a long, long time, although many people might never have heard of it. It has evolved into a fully-fledged social platform which is a far-cry from what it originally started as years ago. You can perform video and voice calls with no effort at all and you can usually expect high-quality even with low connection issues.
Lastly is WhatsApp. We can’t produce a list about social media apps, or more specifically video chat apps, without mentioning WhatsApp. Since Facebook purchased it a few years ago it has been apparent that similar changes have been implemented to that of their Messenger app. A result of this is that you can now perform video and voice calls within a couple of taps on your screen.