The makers of fring are doing a bit of gloating today, and with good reason. Their fringOut voice calling service has been live for the past couple of months. VoIP calls via fringOut cost a user as low as one cent per minute, but, in what the company is calling a “a big vote for mVoIP,” those pennies are adding up to the sum of $10,000 a day in revenue for fring.
It’s just another remarkable example of how a quality app can make big business in the Android Market. fring thinks it has a bit to do with the quality of their application, and we’d agree. It is potential like this that should see continued growth in terms of Android applications and the opportunities they afford.