With messaging networks Kakao and Line making big bucks off their own games, Tango tests its own development ecosystem by making Road Riot.
They’ll set the stage for GamesBeat 2013 coming in October.
What started out as a simple cross-platform video chat application has grown into a messaging giant with more than 120 million users. So where does it go from here?
Watch out, Skype. Tango’s video chat is gaining on you.
Popular video-chat application Tango has spiced up its iOS and Android apps with fun (and gimmicky) new features including video filters, avatars, read receipts, and more.
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Mosoro, a startup that makes Bluetooth hardware with complimentary smartphone apps, has raised $1.5 million in its first round of funding.
Facebook’s Messenger application may be adding video chat features, according to a rumor on Italian technology blog iPhoneItalia.
Windows Phone users will finally get their chance to video chat with their iPhone and Android friends, thanks to the hot video chat startup Tango.
Editor's Pick Cross-platform video calling startup Tango has seen tremendous growth since its launch in early fall of last year. One of the biggest reasons for its success, according to CTO Eric Setton, may be the company’s crazy strict 2-week development cycle for its iPhone, Android, and PC applications.
Video-calling application Tango announced on its blog today that it is now available on desktop PCs. The company originally announced the feature back in July, along with a $42 million second round of funding.
Video-calling app developer Tango announced today that it has raised $42 million in its second round of funding.