Do you make a lot of phone calls on your iPhone or Android? If so, it is probably worth your time to set up a free online phone service. Call apps can use your phone’s Internet connection to make and receive free phone calls online, cutting down on your long-distance phone bill.
However, choosing the best call apps for Android and iOS devices can be tricky when there are literally hundreds of apps available on both the Play Store and App Store. As such, we have narrowed down the top 3 free call apps for you!
FreeConference's Free Conference Call Mobile App
Another popular free call app is FreeConference.com. FreeConference is available on iOS and Android, and like Skype, you’ll be able to join voice and video calls with up to ten people (limited to three webcams on the free plan). However, unlike Skype and Facebook, a FreeConference account is not required of your participants, making this a very attractive choice for call Organizers. You also have the option of scheduling calls in advance, utilizing cool features like email invitations, recurring meetings, group call invites, SMS notifications, and lots more!
Whether you’re hosting a group chat or simply dialing into one, these call apps can be extremely useful. And the best part is that they’re free! All of the above-mentioned apps are available in the Google Play Store and App Store.
Instantly reach the people in your world with Facebook Messenger. Facebook’s mobile app offers users free calling, as well as video calling over the Internet. Initiating a call is as simple as starting a conversation with a friend and pressing the phone or camera button, to begin a call or video call, respectively.
Using Facebook Messenger is an especially attractive option as you’ll be able to receive messages from Facebook friends, send picture and files, enjoy free calling; and on Android, you also have the option to send and receive SMS messages! Messenger is available on the Google Play Store and the App Store.
Skype is one of the oldest and most popular apps for calls, with many available platforms. These include, but are not limited to, Android, iOS, Windows, Mac, Linux, and Smart TVs. As well as being able to participate in voice and video calling, it’s possible to share files and send messages between devices. And unlike Facebook Messenger, Skype offers the ability to make online group video calls with up to 25 people; a definite plus.
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