By Anton D. Nagy | December 13, 2010 9:38 AM
Nimbuzz for Android has been updated to a newer version which brings HD voice quality calls between two clients on Google powered devices.
Combining several IM service providers (MSN, Yahoo, ICQ, AIM, Google Talk and more) under one single client, the new 2.0.2 Android version offers improved voice calls to other Nimbuzz 2.0.2 Android users. The voice call is no longer routed through Nimbuzz servers but the application creates a direct connection between the two phones (clients) thus making HD voice calling possible. If the application detects that you have a fast connection, like 3G or WiFi, it will display an HD icon. Currently, Android is the only platform supporting this feature but Nimbuzz promises Symbian and iPhone support soon.
In order to download the application, just search for Nimbuzz on the Android Market or simply use the QR code below.