By Anton D. Nagy | November 10, 2010 2:46 AM
We’ve posted about how Yahoo Messenger with video was extracted from T-Mobile myTouch 4G’s ROM and made available for the masses and lately Yahoo seems to have updated its popular instant messenger app for Android handsets with respect to video call support.
The update also includes bug fixes besides the free video calling bit which is in Beta and unfortunately only supports Android 2.2 devices with specific note on the fact that there is no support for Samsung Galaxy. Find below the recent changes:
- Free video calls (video is in Beta. It requires OS 2.2+ and Yahoo! Messenger Video Add-on. Support for myTouch 4G and EVO)
- Buzz your friends
- Improved Photo & Video Sharing
- Fixes inc. Sign out issue, Notification reliability & Stability!
If you want to give it a try, look it up in the Market or scan the code below.
Via: Android Central