Jajah Brings Facebook Calling to Android


With all the messaging/video/calling apps flooding the Market these days, its rare when one of them truly sets themselves apart. Enter Jajah.

How the app works is it allows you to make calls to your friends and family who are logged into Facebook Chat. Sounds easy enough, right? But I know what you’re thinking, “Do the people I call have to set up an account first or some kind of 3rd party software installed?” The answer is no!

Simply open the app, make a call to someone logged into Facebook Chat and the person will be notified of your call via a handy link. The link will forward the recipient to Jajah’s website where they will immediately be connected with you.

I’ve never seen something more easy and practical to use. I personally never got into other voice/video calling apps like Tango, or LiveProfile because it required both users to have the app or open an account which I found to be more of a hassle. Jajah’s method is a little more universal (everyone is on Facebook nowadays, right?) and user friendly. It needs to be said that this app will use your plan’s minutes so keep thats something to keep in mind when making calls.

[Via TechCrunch]

Chris Chavez
I've been obsessed with consumer technology for about as long as I can remember, be it video games, photography, or mobile devices. If you can plug it in, I have to own it. Preparing for the day when Android finally becomes self-aware and I get to welcome our new robot overlords.

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  2. I just don’t see the point…. if I wanted to call someone I’d just well……. . CALL THEM!

  3. This is a great concept mainly because some of your current facebook friends might not have their number listed on their facebook page and they might just be in another country and this will help for you to communicate better with them. Great deal in my world.

  4. I don’t think I’d have a use for this either, but, I do see what they are going after. It seems to me that this is like a Skype service. Not sure it’d be useful if you don’t have a ffc on your phone. Or maybe I misunderstood it altogether lol

  5. not everyone has a facebook account

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