ooVoo is a proprietary instant messaging client developed by ooVoo LLC for Microsoft Windows, Mac OS X,Android and iOS. It was released in 2007, and is similar to Microsoft's Skype and Apple's FaceTime. Calls can be recorded in real-time and twelve-way video chatting is supported. ooVoo provides real-time comments and warnings about performance and usage, and has a connection speed display that gives an indication of latency.
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ooVoo allows registered users to communicate through free instant messaging, voice, and video chat. ooVoo conferencing software enables high quality video and audio calls with up to twelve locations at the same time (six on video and six on phone), high resolution video and desktop sharing, and PC- or Mac-to-phone calls to landlines and mobile phones for a fee.
SecurityBecause ooVoo does not provide encryption within audio or video calls, these communications are vulnerable to interception. OoVoo stored passwords in plain-text until the Summer of 2012 when they were hashed.
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