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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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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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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 [...]

iPhone, iPad and Android devices are becoming a part of our life and people use them even more than laptops and PCs, for us it’s not easy to bring Zingaya capabilities to mobile devices, because Apple doesn’t support Adobe Flash on mobile devices and Adobe Flash on Android has no required capabilities (microphone support). We [...]