Friday, 2 September 2011

How to use Gtalk Video Calling on Android 2.3.3 or 2.3.4 without rooting

I have seen many people puzzled over updating your phone to Android 2.3.4 or even rooting your phone to use GTalk video calling. Android 2.3.4 comes with native support for GTalk but few manufactures like Samsung has removed this feature in their latest firmware. Today I will post about a 100% free option by which you can use GTalk Video calling on your Android mobile without rooting it or installing custom firmware.

Friends we will discuss about Vtok which is a 100% free application.

Highlights of Vtok -

  • Video and voice calls to Google Video and Voice Chat™ users and other Vtok mobile users.
  • No account to sign-up. Just login with your Google/gmail account and start talking
  • Works over Wi-Fi and 3G
  • Devices supported are Android devices running OS version 2.1 or later.
  • Cross platform app. You can also call Vtok users on iPhone4, iPhone 3GS and the 4th generation iPod Touch.
  • Choose whether or not to use video in a call. You can also enable or disable video during a call
  • Choose between front and back camera on your device
  • Stay connected and receive calls, even when the app is closed and moved to the background
  • Call your friends on a Mac or a PC

So Say good bye to rooting if you are only looking for GTalk Video

Market link

App website