Fringland Ltd announced on Wednesday that it has launched the world’s first mobile VoIP application to be made publicly available for the Apple iPhone.
The new application will allow users to talk, chat and interact with other Fring users, known as Fringsters, and participate in online social communities by using their Apple iPhone WiFi connection.
A pre-release is available, developed in conjunction with Holon Institute of Technology academic research labs in Israel. The pre-release version is designed to allow users to learn about the Fring experience and to offer initial feedback before the full release. The full version is scheduled to be launched later this year.
Apple iPhone users can discover the freedom of being able to take their Fring contacts and buddies from other favorite communities on their iPhones. They can also make free and low cost mobile cell phone calls over WiFi. Fring also provides a live instant message chat with user online contacts.
Since early 2008, Fring has been experiencing growth in excess of 100,000 new users per month across more than 180 countries worldwide. Fring aimes to spread its application to as many mobile cell phone users as possible.
Fring was first launched in February 2007 and actively allows users to knowingly communicate with each other and with contacts from Skype, MSN, Google Talk, ICQ, Twitter, Yahoo and AOL AIM.