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Google yesterday pushed forward a significant update for Chrome for Android beta that will bring video chatting capabilities without the need for a plug-in or extraneous application.
Developers will be able to create real-time communications applications with the WebRTC API, which Google says:
…consist of three independent components: getUserMedia, which provides access to the user’s webcam and microphone; PeerConnection, which sets up calls with the ability to traverse NATs and firewalls; and DataChannels, which establishes peer-to-peer data communication between browsers.
These three features have been enabled in desktop Chrome for a while, and [yesterday’s] release adds support in Chrome for Android.”