Apple CEO Steve Jobs announced Face Time on June 7, 2010, in conjunction with the i Phone 4, in a keynote speech at the 2010 Apple Worldwide Developers Conference.
Support for the fourth generation i Pod Touch (the first model of i Pod Touch equipped with cameras) was announced in conjunction with this device's release on September 8, 2010.
What's great: Viber has tons of features to keep you connected and the video calling works beautifully.
What's not: The app's design is a bit confusing, because some of the same features are in multiple locations.
What's not: Glide's Android app design is clunky and sometimes video quality isn't the best.
Face Time is a proprietary videotelephony product developed by Apple Inc. Face Time is available on supported mobile devices that run on i OS and Macintosh computers that run onwards.
And if you have a Google account, you can already use Hangouts -- there's no need to sign up for anything new.
What's great: Hangouts organizes your conversations by person, and you can send messages, and start voice and video calls from one place.
But if you're rocking an Android phone or tablet, you'll need to pick another app to help you stay connected.What's great: Of all the apps on this list, Imo is the easiest to use for video chatting.What's not: There's no way to delete or hide contacts, so you'll see everyone in your address book who uses Imo, whether you want to or not.For staying connected, video calling is still all the rage.More personal than a phone call, but just as easy, video calling is often free and the feature is popping up in more apps, including Whats App earlier this year.