Twinsee is a free video call service based on WebRTC for calling contacts, friends or families from a mobile device or a Chrome (and soon Firefox) browser on a PC or Mac (no plugin required).
Twinsee is the first mobile application providing a high-definition free video call service based on the WebRTC standard.
Twinsee works on WiFi, 3G, and 4G/LTE networks.
Twinsee allows organizing contacts in “Circles” (or buddy groups) with different properties for easier management and better security.
Twinsee allows to sign in from a Facebook account, thus avoiding creating a specific twinsee account for those who prefer to use their Facebook account for signing in.
You can invite your friends on Facebook into your twinsee circles.
As opposed to many “free” mobile or web applications, twinsee does not have any advertising. “Your” data is considered as strictly personal and cannot be sold. The twinsee service infrastructure has been designed to guarantee privacy protection and secure communications.
Twinsee is heavily based on Internet standards and open source software, in particular WebRTC (www.webrtc.org) for peer-to-peer high quality real-time video and audio communication (to be included in the HTML5 standard) and XMPP (xmpp.org) for instant messaging, contacts and presence management.
Have fun! :-)
This version is based on Google WebRTC 39 and includes a mechanism to adapt the video properties (frame rate, frame size) and the audio codecs utilized to the hardware capabilities of both communicating devices. This should result in better audio/video experience on less powerful devices.
Better error handling and various bug fixes.
You may need to "zap" the application and restart it from time to time to refresh the display.
Please report problems and issues, and send comments and feedback.