FREE - Viber (Compatible with i Phone, i Pad, and i Pod touch) Viber is an extremely popular app which allows you to text and call your friends and family with ease.
The app works on multiple different platforms and allows you to use the functionalities of a phone on a non-cellular device.
It is technically free, in the sense that Whats App isn’t charging you any money to make the call.
However, video calls need internet, so it will be consuming data from your phone’s data plan.
Once you've created or logged into your Viber account, you'll be able to see all your contacts through the app and easily video-call them.
FREE - Messenger (Compatible with i Phone, i Pad, and i Pod touch) Facebook introduced Messenger in 2011, creating an app which allowed you to instant-message on a variety of different platforms. The beauty of Skype is that it can be used to make video calls, but also doubles up as a low-cost alternative for international calling.Its interface is very easy to understand and makes it easy to use, no matter what platform you're using.until last month, but now it’s officially released for everyone and all platforms. You “call” a friend with the Whats App, and both of you can see each other on your smartphone screens. Whats App video calling works across the three major mobile operating systems: Android, i OS, and Windows Phone.This makes Whats App one of the best smartphone apps for free cross-platform video calls.
You can do it via the Whats App desktop client Whats App finally released an official desktop client for Windows and Mac. On the other hand, apps like Skype or Face Time are available on both computers and phones, and can cross-call between the two. So, if you want to chat face to face with a group of friends, you’re going to need to use a different app.