The Best (and Worst) Video Chat Apps for Android OS Devices Discussion

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  1. Adama D. Brown

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    The best I've found is Google Talk, and especially the Google+ hangouts. Google video chat is far better quality than Skype, IME. The video is smoother, higher quality, and it's easier to set up. I still have Skype installed, but I almost never use it.
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    I agree with Stan. In my limited experience (I'm not a big user of these services), GTalk is probably the best.

    One thing. Wasn't Qik purchased by someone? It was originally a big selling point of the original Sprint Evo; but soon after that launched, I thought Qik got bought by someone bigger, maybe even Skype? [OK, a quick search showed it was bought by Skype.]
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    Google Hangouts just works, period.
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    There is need to update this review. Many things have changed, Tango now support IM and other things.
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