No sign up video chat
You have to share that link to the person you want to video chat with.
You need to allow this web app to get access to your hardware i.e. The site gives you an option to make your room public or private after it has been created. It transmits video and audio data directly from one person to the other.
Google's own video and messaging app is one of the most popular ways to make voice and video calls from your Android phone, and that's not just because the app usually comes pre-installed.
The app grabs contacts from your Google account and phone's address book so that you can send text messages, place voice calls and start a Hangout, which is what Google calls a video chat.
For staying connected, video calling is still all the rage.
More personal than a phone call, but just as easy, video calling is often free and the feature is popping up in more apps, including Whats App earlier this year.
Luckily, there are plenty of choices to choose from, many that offer much more than Apple.
I have also found Open Tok which after building a sample server and client on my site I have found that it works on desktop browsers but not in Android browsers. I have also found libjingle which will allow me to use Google Talk's peer-to-peer voice and video chat. I know this is essentially a duplicate thread, but I have searched for days and days for an answer and this is the closest I have come to getting this done.The duo Denis Mars and Arend Naylor have come up with a very useful web application that offers video chat with absolute ease.Meet with a co-worker, your project team members, hang out with your friends, get help from your teacher or speak to a customer, has made amazingly simple face to face online meeting without the need for installing complex software or joining a social network or having to add contacts. After opening I just had to perform a few clicks and my meeting started. No need to install any software in your computer, no need to sign up as any other video conferencing tool would have forced you to do.There's no way to do it from a standalone app for security reasons.I don't think that live video streaming will work natively in Android Browsers, since they dont support Web RTC (Yet) and do not support flash.