Fring, a relatively new mobile app, allows you to talk, chat, and video call others in style. It’s the latter functionality that intrigued me the most to go ahead and download it.
It’s got all the features that you’ve probably grown accustom too, buddy lists, syncing with Twitter and other social networks, and more, and it’s completely free to boot.
But here’s what’s got me going (or spinning): Does video calling have a definite purpose and application for our use in ministry?
I can think of a couple things but would love to hear your perspective. Is having “video” with your call a nice-to-have? Is it more than necessary?
Drop your thoughts in the comments.
Oh, and of course, add me to your buddy list: Human3rror.