Mozilla integrates video chat service in Firefox beta




Mozilla Firefox Hello announced. Users of the beta client can use this experimental service calls and video calls from the browser, without having to create or additional plug-ins need to install an account.

Users of the beta of Firefox 34 can click on the speech bubble in the upper right corner of the screen to activate the Hello service. They can then invite users to chat. Via a link By default, users as ‘guest’ anonymous video calls with those they have invited and standard WebRTC mediatreams encrypted. Or phone

Firefox Hello

Log in is not required, but if a user logs in using Firefox Account speak directly with other Hello users from a contact list. Such communication may also be imported via a Google account. The Hello-feature currently works only with the US test version of Firefox.

Video Call or VoIP also works as the person with whom the user wants to chat using a version of Chrome or Opera that supports WebRTC. Mozilla reports that the Hello service is built based on the WebRTC platform TokBox. This is American company that was acquired in 2012 by Telefónica, which is set to Mozilla for the video chat service works with this provider.



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