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Opera has announced WebRTC support in Opera 20, now all mobile Opera users can use Zingaya right in the browser. WebRTC-enabled browsers list becoming bigger. Now it’s time for Apple and Microsoft to enable WebRTC in their browsers, in both desktop and mobile ones. P.S. We are working on update of our iOS application, we [...]

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Desktop version of Opera browser now supports WebRTC (starting from version 18). It’s exciting to see new vendors adding WebRTC support to their products. More than 200 companies participated in the last WebRTC Expo conference in Santa Clara, CA. We expect that Apple and Microsoft will add WebRTC support to their browsers in the near [...]

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In the latest version of Chrome for Android (ver 29) WebRTC is already enabled by default. Our tests show that in Firefox Nightly for Android WebRTC is also available and enabled by default , so looks like WebRTC will appear in release version of Firefox for Android soon. Zingaya widget will automatically detect if WebRTC support [...]

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Firefox 22 with WebRTC support enabled by default was released today. Zingaya will start using WebRTC in new Firefox automatically. More than 50% of all browsers support WebRTC and high quality real time audio and video communication now. Great day for us and our customers! You can see a screenshot of Zingaya widget in Firefox [...]

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According to Mozilla’s Wiki Firefox 22 with WebRTC support enabled by default will be released on week of June 24. WebRTC is also available in the latest release of Google Chrome for Android, but it’s disabled by default (you can enable it in chrome://flags), we have a feeling that it will be enabled by default [...]

Bored of those Angry Birds? Yawning every time a friend sends you another Snapchat? Words with Friends lost its luster? Well, the brand new Zingaya iOS app is probably not the cure for those unfortunate issues. But what it can promise is a lightning fast, one-touch way for you to get live phone support with [...]

Some Zingaya news today: we’ve begun working with Bandwidth to help us continue to grow our user base in the United States. Here’s the press release: True Click-to-Call Provider Zingaya Selects Bandwidth for Nationwide Wholesale Voice Services Early Web Real-Time Communications (WebRTC) adopter becomes the latest innovator to benefit from Bandwidth’s start-up friendly deployment models [...]

WebRTC is coming to Android, video has been done on Google Nexus 4 using Google Chrome Beta with WebRTC activated in chrome://flags . As you can see Zingaya already works well on mobile device, of course, we will change the UI of mobile widget, because it has to be optimized for touch.

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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 [...]

We hope everyone’s 2013 is off to a solid start. If you’re still shopping for New Year’s resolutions, might we suggest making more phone calls through your browser? Our goal at Zingaya is to make web communication faster and more convenient by letting website visitors place calls to companies and customer service desks through their [...]