Wednesday, 14 January 2015

Firefox allows to make video calls directly

Mozilla has launched a new version of the browser, Firefox 35 open source, with a group of notable improvements in performance, and the reform of the previous bugs, with a free application that supports video calls: Firefox Firefox Hello.
Hello Firefox supports many other browsers, including Google Chrome, and Opera. To use it, simply click on the Hello button on the toolbar Bmtcefgm - or right-click the toolbar, and choose Customize Customize, and add a button from there - and then click on "start a conversation Start a conversation", then share the link with the contact to start video call via the browser.
Hello Firefox does not require registration, but it allows you to add contacts, call them directly if they're on the Internet.
Other enhancements include support for Firefox format MP4 video on Mac OS X system - Snow Leopard and subsequent versions - and the dynamics of a better design, a new button called Firefox Sher Firefox Share, which allows users to share links via Facebook, Twitter, Tumblr, and LinkedIn, and Gmail, and others, through one pop-up window.
Mozilla also tested many of the applications that were created Web technologies for Macs, Windows, and Linux. Those applications are available in the shop Firefox beta for those who wanted to try it out.

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