ooVoo for Windows ooVoo for Windows 3.0.11.47 for Windows

by ooVoo LLC

Avg. Rating 3.2 (246 votes)

File Details

File Size 14.0 MB
License Adware
Operating System Windows 7/8/Vista/XP
Date Added
Total Downloads 34,017
Publisher ooVoo LLC
Homepage ooVoo
Other Versions

Publisher's Description

ooVoo is a free instant messaging and video call app supported on Android, iOS, Windows and macOS. ooVoo’s Chains is a community driven platform that allows you to create unique contents and share with a large group of unified creators. The app with it’s cutting-edge technology supports uninterrupted HD video calling with upto 8 people simultaneously from anywhere around the world even with LTE network.

Latest Reviews

jiofisagul

jiofisagul reviewed v3.0.11.47 on Jul 8, 2021

Try this app on your device and share your review.

Someone

Someone reviewed v7.0.4.3 on Feb 18, 2021

it was a good software but you have to choose a new one now

Someone

Someone reviewed v7.0.4.3 on Nov 27, 2020

I don't mind that they try to push premium pay services, and the free version is one of the very few choices for cross-platform video calls, much less cross-platform plus 3-way. Hats off to them for that.

Mr Swiffer

Mr Swiffer reviewed v3.0.4.38 on May 19, 2011

This is the greatest video chat software ever invented. I haven't tried the Windows version yet, but on Android this is the only app that supports the Dell Streak 5's front facing camera. The Windows software can't be much worse than the Android version and it's not that hard to add support for a front facing camera in a video chat app under Froyo or Eclair. It's just as easy as it is in Gingerbread.

UniversityofKentucky

UniversityofKentucky reviewed v3.0.4.35 Beta on May 3, 2011

Sadly disappointed with the prog. The ads (which are hideous) add insult to injury.

VictorAnderson

VictorAnderson reviewed v2.9.0.43 Beta on Aug 23, 2010

I used to give this 5 starts - now if I could give it zero I would but guess the lowest I can go is a 1.

What it boils down too is the ad's are ridiculous. It's such a shame too. When ooVoo first came out I thought it was the best because the streaming audio/video worked better than any other videochat program I'd ever used. Now it's just a bunch of banner ads wrapped around a program! Like what the hell ooVoo!?!?

If they ever decide to give a crap about their users - I'll be back - but until then guess it's back to skype (along with all their other users no doubt)

CyberDoc999

CyberDoc999 reviewed v2.8.0.39 on Jul 17, 2010

tons of ads
and one of the ads gave me a fake anit-virus
ooVoo is the worst of the worst!
better to use Skype

SteveJohnSteele

SteveJohnSteele reviewed v2.8.0.37 on Jun 23, 2010

The program itself is fair - 3 stars

HOWEVER - I would gladly give this ZERO stars

Many of the adverts are from companies that routinely lie
eg "[Google mail logo] You have a new message ..." clicking on it take user to a website (nothing to do with Google) with a competition to win an iPad

I have written a strong email to customer services
"While I appreciate your software is financed by the revenue from adverts - the least you can do, is embed advert from companies that don't lie or misrepresent themselves."

and as alexsch8 states opens a door to all manor of horrors.

I will be staying away until they either remove the adverts (for free) or clean them up.

alexsch8

alexsch8 reviewed v2.7.0.65 on May 16, 2010

The free version of ooVoo is actually a virus distribution system via the online ads it displays. Be warned!

We were using at the office as a trial and two laptops got hosed with fake anti-virus trojans. Yes, of course we could have patched Flash but nonetheless, why even bother exposing yourself to that.

Bala7

Bala7 reviewed v2.7.0.65 on May 13, 2010

beckster,
Sorry to hear about your problems. There is good reason why skype is #1. But more importantly never, never ever test any program on your main machine, ever! Always use a VM of test-bench - you will say yourself much grief.

Avg. Rating 3.2 (246 votes)
Your Rating
jiofisagul

jiofisagul reviewed v3.0.11.47 on Jul 8, 2021

Pros: ooVoo for Windows is a really good app to make video calls and text.
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Cons: Need to fix bugs

Bottom Line: Try this app on your device and share your review.

Someone reviewed v7.0.4.3 on Feb 18, 2021

Pros: ooVoo is shut down now ! https://forpc.onl/psiphone-for-windows-pc/ https://jiofilocalhtml.run

Cons: its oficially closed now

Bottom Line: it was a good software but you have to choose a new one now

Someone reviewed v7.0.4.3 on Nov 27, 2020

Pros: I don't mind that they try to push premium pay services, and the free version is one of the very few choices for cross-platform video calls, much less cross-platform plus 3-way. Hats off to them for that.

Cons: I don't mind that they try to push premium pay services, and the free version is one of the very few choices for cross-platform video calls, much less cross-platform plus 3-way. Hats off to them for that.

Bottom Line: I don't mind that they try to push premium pay services, and the free version is one of the very few choices for cross-platform video calls, much less cross-platform plus 3-way. Hats off to them for that.

Mr Swiffer

Mr Swiffer reviewed v3.0.4.38 on May 19, 2011

This is the greatest video chat software ever invented. I haven't tried the Windows version yet, but on Android this is the only app that supports the Dell Streak 5's front facing camera. The Windows software can't be much worse than the Android version and it's not that hard to add support for a front facing camera in a video chat app under Froyo or Eclair. It's just as easy as it is in Gingerbread.

UniversityofKentucky

UniversityofKentucky reviewed v3.0.4.35 Beta on May 3, 2011

Sadly disappointed with the prog. The ads (which are hideous) add insult to injury.

VictorAnderson

VictorAnderson reviewed v2.9.0.43 Beta on Aug 23, 2010

I used to give this 5 starts - now if I could give it zero I would but guess the lowest I can go is a 1.

What it boils down too is the ad's are ridiculous. It's such a shame too. When ooVoo first came out I thought it was the best because the streaming audio/video worked better than any other videochat program I'd ever used. Now it's just a bunch of banner ads wrapped around a program! Like what the hell ooVoo!?!?

If they ever decide to give a crap about their users - I'll be back - but until then guess it's back to skype (along with all their other users no doubt)

CyberDoc999

CyberDoc999 reviewed v2.8.0.39 on Jul 17, 2010

tons of ads
and one of the ads gave me a fake anit-virus
ooVoo is the worst of the worst!
better to use Skype

SteveJohnSteele

SteveJohnSteele reviewed v2.8.0.37 on Jun 23, 2010

The program itself is fair - 3 stars

HOWEVER - I would gladly give this ZERO stars

Many of the adverts are from companies that routinely lie
eg "[Google mail logo] You have a new message ..." clicking on it take user to a website (nothing to do with Google) with a competition to win an iPad

I have written a strong email to customer services
"While I appreciate your software is financed by the revenue from adverts - the least you can do, is embed advert from companies that don't lie or misrepresent themselves."

and as alexsch8 states opens a door to all manor of horrors.

I will be staying away until they either remove the adverts (for free) or clean them up.

alexsch8

alexsch8 reviewed v2.7.0.65 on May 16, 2010

The free version of ooVoo is actually a virus distribution system via the online ads it displays. Be warned!

We were using at the office as a trial and two laptops got hosed with fake anti-virus trojans. Yes, of course we could have patched Flash but nonetheless, why even bother exposing yourself to that.

Bala7

Bala7 reviewed v2.7.0.65 on May 13, 2010

beckster,
Sorry to hear about your problems. There is good reason why skype is #1. But more importantly never, never ever test any program on your main machine, ever! Always use a VM of test-bench - you will say yourself much grief.

beckster

beckster reviewed v2.6.0.19 on Feb 19, 2010

I HATE OOVOO! I USED IT AND NOW I CAN'T CLOSE IT FROM MY LAPTOP SCREEN I HAE TRIED ABSOLUTELY EVERYTHING! I HATE OOVOO IT IS THE WORST!!!!!!!!!!

eviljolly

eviljolly reviewed v2.6.0.19 on Feb 9, 2010

Good framerate and easy to use, but there's too many freeware apps to pay for this.

VictorAnderson

VictorAnderson reviewed v2.2.4.21 on Jan 25, 2010

Well - this USED to be my favorite video chat application - that is until they filled the thing with banner ads and want $ for group chats....oh well - back to Skype.

UniversityofKentucky

UniversityofKentucky reviewed v2.2.3.24 on Dec 2, 2009

The advertising is large and in bad taste. It really distracts from the conversation. I do like the ability to add multiple participants, but there is a fee attached. I much prefer Skype.

niknetpc

niknetpc reviewed v2.1.0.51 on May 18, 2009

ooVoo is degraded from first CLEAN beta release some times ago, become to adware, displaying lots of ads in GUI and conversation window, slow down your PC. Compare with Skype?? Skype is better, latest version have perfect video and sound quality, lots of features and CLEAN .

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