Face to face video chat?

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    New to the razor as of yesterday. What is a good face to face video chat for our phone's.

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    Tango from the market works great, that's the only one I have tried so I can't speak for the others.

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    I've also used Tango. Its free and works well as long as you have a good 3G connection. Anything less, and it freezes up and the voices sound like Porky Pig.
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    Doesn't it work with the stock GTalk app as well as with Google+? I haven't tested it, yet, but I would bet Google+ would be the best if it works. Multiple people, from any computer (or supported Android phone), and it even lets you add people by calling a regular phone number (obviously no video for that).
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    The app you are referring to is called Talk, I presume? It appears to do video chat by the menus but my wife's phone hasn't arrived yet and I don't know anyone else with that capability so I haven't tried video chat. Can't wait!

    ***Update, got the new phone, tried Tango, ooVoo, Talk, & Qik. There's something to like about each. Like the simple interface of Qik, like group video chat on ooVoo, like using phone number on Tango, like that it starts as a vice call with option to turn cameras on/off individually. I'm liking Tango most.

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    +1 for tango. That's what I have been using. Works great!
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    I haven't Tango'd but I've had Skype video calls with PC Desktop, iPhone, and iPad users successfully.
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    We have been using Skype and it has worked great.

    But on that note, It is awesome from phone to phone but will not sync when I try and go phone to computer. Is there a setting that I might need to tweek. Any suggestions would be greatly appreciated.
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    Finally figured out how to use Skype. It is really good. Thanks for the suggestions.

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