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We have updated our WebRTC widget to make it more stable, now it uses websockets instead of AJAX and it works much better. We have already implemented Firefox WebRTC support, but since it’s hidden behind a special flag in current release version of Firefox we will enable WebRTC support in Firefox after WebRTC support is enabled by default there. With Firefox more than 50% of all calls will become WebRTC-based. Some users can’t make calls using WebRTC when they are behind firewalls or proxies where UDP isn’t allowed, but we see that it’s less than 1% of users and they still can try to use Flash version of Zingaya in Opera, Safari or IE, where TCP/HTTP data transfer is supported.