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Unfortunately web browsers for iOS devices still don’t support technologies required for Zingaya to work without any download/installation required. We mean WebRTC standard which is really close to reach “W3C recommendation” level, hopefully after that Apple will consider adding WebRTC support in Safari. Our iOS users are already familiar with Zingaya app we built as [...]

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While experienced web developers had no problems with Zingaya button embedding into websites, we have also received feedback from other website owners who would like to make the embedding procedure faster and easier. We created new widget wizard that simplifies the design and the embedding process by providing new ‘Widget’ mode in addition to ‘Button’ [...]

It’s great to see Zingaya in the top10 best startups from Moscow according to WIRED magazine, you can read more in the following article. We aren’t going to stop, expect new interesting features and technologies soon!

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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 [...]

IMS World Forum will take place in Barcelona at Fira Palace Hotel this week. Organizers invited Zingaya to participate in the conference and its Day 0 pre-conference WebRTC workshop where we will discuss WebRTC progress, its future, how it affects telcos, etc. and, of course, we will show/see a lot of interesting WebRTC demos.  You [...]

We’re happy to announce that the Zingaya click-to-call widget is now available on Lexity’s App Platform, which serves e-commerce businesses (with a particular emphasis on helping smaller companies grow their online sales).  E-commerce companies can add the Zingaya app (and start their 14 day free trial) here: http://lexity.com/apps/zingaya We look forward to being a part of [...]

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 are happy to be in the list of nominees for two TNW Startup Awards – “Best web app” and “Best design”,  you can vote for us using this link. Thank you for your support! Other nominees include such a great companies like Zeptolab (Cut the Rope, Pudding Monsters) and Nginx (no need for special [...]

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