Android apps to call through wi-fi
By now Android and the apps designed for it seem to be the most popular, mainly due to the various developement possibilities and the open character of it, which allows developers to work freely with it, without many restrictions, and so, to make improvements.
So many to choose from
There are so many apps lurking around the online domain and while the app store and magazine-play gain more and more attention, there's also a growing interest into investing further resources on them. Lately, they managed to make apps for pretty much anything: exercising, socialising, organising time, gambling, eating, sleeping, relaxing, going on trips, doing any sort of artistic work, shopping, establishing long distance relationships/partnerships, etc; and since it is also just so easy, no wonder that calling international, is just among the targets.
Whether they are from official developing teams, in different companies or corporations, or just freelancing independent programmers, the apps are there and they just get increasingly complex as well. Tell a skeptical person from 20 years ago that in some time, people would actually be able to date real.... illusions, on a little screen, just shaped electrical impulses; or be able to see and talk with their beloved ones, despite being miles away, for decades or even a lifetime; and a laugh, or a strange look would most likely be the answer. Now, it is actually happening, technology is taking over, some are pro, some are against it, the results, or maybe the consequences, are yet to be seen. The apps gained a head start, and their impact on the daily life of many humans, is strikingly visible.
Android marched ahead of iphone
So far, the accessibility and inexpensiveness that Android brought into battle, earned them the advantage in numbers, since many seem to prefer Android phones over the iphones. Also open character of Android OS allows many more to freely work with it, with less restrictions, which means a wider range of options, improvements and possibilities.
The thread on which they tread
If you want to download, watch or play something, you can most likely find it on the internet, and to reach it, you need to connect to it, so the basic way to get linked with the network, in the context of wireless devices, is the wi-fi.
By now, without an internet connection, many devices are basically "dead" or most of their functions are limited, hindered or shut down, so the wi-fi is actually very much like a spider-web on which "they" hang and do their things. Imagine a day without internet in the world: panic, sadness, chaos, possibly mass depression, which is surprisingly obvious in showing how dependant on it we have become, even during our casual daily lives.
Do not despair though, the roots of this all are quite deep and it would take quite strong winds to take them out, so mainly, it seems to be something that brings a little more assurance onto the table.
Not just stability but diffusion as well
As the demand grows, people need to "hang" onto the internet connections more and more, and while this happens, it encouraged and sustained the the wi-fi connections, to "multiply" and spread on a wider area of the modern world, making the use of apps, an easy and accessible element of the modern society.
If you are using Android, just as if you have an iphone, there is a wide range of apps for you to choose from, for international calling, such as Viber, Skype, Nalo, Google Voice, etc.
Most of their capabilities and features are similar and various, while each of them has their own particularities and means of personalization.
Nalo provides a simple way to call landlines and cellphones, as well as free app-to-app services and additional features, such as chat and video-call, while it can be easily downloaded from app store or magazine play.