Now that the myTouch 4G is
up for grabs for all


, T-Mobile and Qik wasted no time in letting folks know that Qik will be powering the T-Mobile video chat service. Of course, that's not really the news there. The news is that T-Mobile video chat will be the first to actually integrate with the native Android address book. As noted in the press release:

The integrated T-Mobile Video Chat powered by Qik will be the first to offer integration into the native Android™ address book with the benefit of indicating live presence allowing customers to connect with friends and family through live video conversations and video messaging over T-Mobile’s network and Wi-Fi.
Pretty interesting. Not sure it's quite the greatest selling feature but it's a new feature nonetheless and we like new features around here, a lot. You can hit the full press release after the break [via
PRNewswire


] Thanks, Dieter!

Posted originally at
Android Central




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