After Apple debuted its FaceTime video chatting on the iPhone 4, suddenly video chatting is in vogue again, and the folks over at Adobe have demonstrated a video calling system for Android devices that is built using the upcoming Adobe Integrated Runtime (AIR) 2.5, which is currently in beta. The application, cheekily named FlashTime, was demonstrated by showing the developer making a video call with himself using two Nexus One devices. While the name might be funny to many folks, it was changed to P2P Video Calls on Android shortly after, possibly to avoid any backlash. It’s currently still a prototype, so don’t expect to see such an application appearing on your Android device anytime soon.
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