Camfrog, one of the most widely-recognized video chat platforms, has announced launch of version 6.3 of its software featuring ‘Ponds’ for quick and easy multi-person video chats. The new version will allow members to create ‘Ponds’ that lets up to eight members simply and easily participate in a group video chat with their friends and family all for free. Camfrog’s software already allow users to join free video chat rooms, make free video calls to friends and family, and watch or broadcast super fast high quality video streams.
In a press release, Matt Gore, VP of marketing for Camfrog, said, “We are very pleased to offer this latest version of Camfrog with some very exciting enhancements. We feel the addition of 'Ponds' and interactive games are perfect examples of how we are striving to provide our members with the best possible real time audio and video chat experience.”
Camfrog is a real-time, video-based community with more than 90 million downloads. The Camfrog version 6.3 features ‘Ponds’, which is a free multi-person video chat for up to eight members at one time. The software also has Interactive Games, like Tic-Tac-Toe and Four-in-a-Row. Users can simply invite a friend, watch and talk to each other while playing. A user can record up to 15 seconds of video and audio to send as an Instant Message. Big Snap Shots are now available up to 1920 x 1080 display format. The user of Camfrog version 6.3 is allowed to import and export Instant Message history.
Camfrog has localized its software in many different languages and is a top 500 site in terms of traffic in China, South Korea, Thailand, Turkey and the Philippines. The company was formed to create a video chat service that offers users to easily find new video chat partners and provide a network of real video chat rooms where users can see, hear, and chat with several people at a time.
Two years ago, Camfrog was acquired by Paltalk (News - Alert), the premier provider of software and technology for real-time, rich media, interactive social networking. After the acquisition, Camfrog continued to operate as a standalone service from Paltalk.
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Edited by Brooke Neuman