• OoVoo Nearing 75 Million User Mark

    Oovoo President Opens Up About Forthcoming Features As The Video Chat Sensation Crosses 75M Users

    Oovoo has been on a tear of late, tripling its user base in the past year with Jay Samit at the wheel as president. We brought him into the studio to chat about Oovoo’s growth, the video chatting space and forthcoming features on the Oovoo platform. He was surprisingly forthcoming. He hinted at a feature that would let users preview how they look before they begin a call, explaining that… Read More

  • With 54M Users, Video Chat Startup ooVoo Adds 4-Way Conferencing To Its iPad And Android Apps

    With 54M Users, Video Chat Startup ooVoo Adds 4-Way Conferencing To Its iPad And Android Apps

    Thanks to fast-growing usage of its mobile apps, social video chat startup ooVoo has been growing fast, topping 54 million total users. That’s up pretty significantly from the 46 million users it had just a few months ago, when it rolled out its new iPad app. According to ooVoo President Jay Samit, it’s adding close to 100,000 new users a day. Well now it’s updated its iPad… Read More

  • Orgoo Throws Hat into Video Chat Ring

    Orgoo, the long-anticipated, all-in-one, browser-based communications suite that presented at TechCrunch40 last fall, is releasing a new video chat service to the public today. This comes ahead of a general release of its email, IM, and SMS tools, which remain in private beta. Over the last seven months, Orgoo has been working on building a replacement to the Userplane video chat it has relied on. Read More

  • Get Yer Free Calls While They Last

    Everyone loves a free lunch, so just about everyone should love ooVoo, at least until the end of the month. The video conferencing company has just launched its new VoIP to landline/mobile phone service and is kicking things off with a month of free calls to the United States and Canada. That’s right, free calls from your computer to anyone’s phone and with no advertisements to… Read More

  • Do you ooVoo?

    There are plenty of ways to video conference on the Internets, but the new service ooVoo lets you do just a little bit more than the other options. You can have one-on-one chats or talk with up to six people at once, with everyone on screen simultaneously. Like IM, you can send text messages and files. If you try to call someone and there’s no answer, you can leave a text, voice or… Read More