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Camfrog Free 6.6.320

Camfrog is a straightforward video messaging client that makes it easy to chat with friends.

Just as with other messaging tools, you're able to add your friends to a Contacts list, and then chat to them individually, or in groups, via audio, video or text. (Yes - despite the name, you don' t need a webcam to join in.)

If you're looking to meet someone new, though, you can also explore the thousands of chatrooms that Camfrog makes available, each dedicated to a particular topic or theme. You may need to be careful, though, as there's plenty of adult content available here: if kids will be using the system, or you're easily offended, then it's probably best to keep the family filter turned on.

Please note, the authors also produce a commercial version of the program, Camfrog Pro. This adds useful features like file transfers, messaging and room histories, and the ability to open multiple video windows, resize these as necessary, and locate which room a user is in. Upgrading is a costly $49.95 a year, but you can find out more on the Camfrog site.

Camfrog 6.6.320 brings these changes:

- Added Special Gift support.
- Chat with Facebook friends with your existing nick.
- Updated IM catcher.
- Added support for fun stickers.
- New colored nicknames.
- Various bug fixes and stability enhancements.

Platforms: Mac OS X, Windows 7 (32 bit), Windows 7 (64 bit), Windows 8, Windows Vista (32 bit), Windows Vista (64 bit), Windows XP
Version: 6.0.92
Licence: Freeware
Manufacturer: Camshare Inc
Date Added: {ts '2013-11-19 17:45:00'}


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