Tango Video Calling Coming To The PC

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The popular video-call program for the phone, Tango will be making it’s way to the PC. When Tango first came out, people jumped on it. A free way to video call with other Tango Users. It works on Android and other popular mobile operating systems. Now, it will be making it’s way over to the PC. The best part will be the price, it will be free just like it was on the phone. So, you can video chat from your computer to a mobile phone. This will be a huge hit, for any Tango user. It will be available on Windows PC Only. It will be first demoed at FORTUNE Brainstorm Tech Conference in Aspen, Coloroda. Since there are 1.5 Billion PCs worldwide, it will be a very large field that will now be able to Tango. For more info on Tango visit: www.tango.me. We will update when more info is released.

Press Release

TANGO ANNOUNCES ITS FREE VIDEO SERVICE ON THE PC
BRINGING THE MOBILE EXPERIENCE TO THE DESKTOP

Leading Video Communications Company Closes $42 Million Series B Financing

FORTUNE BRAINSTORM TECH – ASPEN, Colorado. – July 20, 2011 – Tango, the leader in mobile video communications, today announced that its free video calling service will be available for PCs later this summer.

This is the third major platform launch for the company in nine months and will accelerate its already massive growth. Currently, Tango has 18 million members in 190 countries using the service to connect with their family and friends over 3G, 4G, and Wi-Fi. The first public demo of Tango for the PC will happen at the FORTUNE Brainstorm Tech conference in Aspen, Colorado.

“We have an incredible opportunity ahead of us and we are growing at an unprecedented rate,” said Uri Raz, cofounder and CEO of Tango. “There are 1.5 billion PCs in use worldwide and 95 percent of the world’s computers run Windows. With this launch, we are well positioned to reach our goal of 100 million customers by this time next year.”

People will be able to Tango between Windows PC, and hundreds of Android phones and tablets. The new PC product is mobile-centric with the same look and feel as Tango on the phone. It’s simple to register. There is no log in or password, just type in your mobile number and you are done. Tango will automatically find people you know, and makes inviting friends and family a breeze.

“Introducing a free video communication service for a large number of mobile devices, along with a PC version, in under a year speaks to the dedication of our team of more than 50 engineers in the U.S. and China who continue to deliver products that our users demand,” said Eric Setton, cofounder and CTO of Tango. “Our goal is to offer a video communications service that’s available on as many devices and platforms as possible, with more to come in the following weeks.”

Tango for the PC will be available as a free download later this summer www.tango.me.

 

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