FaceFlow Video Chat Coming to BlackBerry 10

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FaceFlow is a cross platform video chat system using both browsers and native mobile apps. The company recently discovered that a lot of BlackBerry PlayBook users have been accessing their service via their tablet’s desktop-grade browser and it has prompted the company to develop a native app for BlackBerry 10.

Their native BlackBerry 10 and PlayBook app is scheduled for release at the end of January 2013. I was disappointed that when tablets first hit store shelves that the manufacturers released video chat apps that were limited to their own platforms. It’s nice to see that more and more multi-platform solutions are starting to emerge.

FaceFlow features Instant messaging, video conferencing with more than one user, full screen mode and an easy way to invite people who don’t have FaceFlow to your chat with easy to use links.

Right now FaceFlow works with the BlackBerry PlayBook browser. Click here for more info and to sign up for FaceFlow free.

  • http://twitter.com/baltimorebred Michael

    This is great news and with FaceFlow working on the PlayBook browser speaks to the power of RIM’s new Platform.

  • Marie

    Awesome. Go FaceFlow!

  • policemp

    Great news as I prefer FaceFlow way before any other chat site

  • FaceFlow-Skype

    Pressure is on Skype now, if you don’t build a Skype on PlayBook I will have to switch to FaceFlow for it being available on all platforms its gives it an edge over Skype. If I change to FaceFlow so will my friends and family be scared Skype or design the app for PlayBook.