oo Voo was founded in 2006 by Ohio entrepreneur Clay Mathile.
It was based on a technology developed at Arel Communications and Software (Formerly NASDAQ: ARLCF).
oo Voo is a free video chat and instant messaging app for mobiles, tablets, computers and MACs.
An open API was also launched with version 2.0, and allowed developers to build customized applications and widgets.
In May 2009, oo Voo introduced the first air-to-ground three-way video conversation.
Arel Communications was founded in 1982 and specialized in remote e-learning and collaboration solutions.
In February 2009, oo Voo 2.0 launched and featured browser-based video chat rooms and video chat through a web link with no download required.
With the release of oo Voo’s Software Development Kit (SDK) on July 22, 2013, third party software developers can add oo Voo’s video chatting capabilities to i OS and Android apps with one-on-one or multi-party video communications features. On September 9, 2014 oo Voo released a video SDK for Web RTC in partnership with Intel.This version of the SDK allows mobile and web developers to build multiplatform applications integrating video chat into web applications for current Internet browsers.oo Voo allows registered users to communicate through free instant messaging, voice, and video chat.oo Voo conferencing software enables high quality video and audio calls with up to twelve locations simultaneously, high resolution video and desktop sharing, and PC- or Mac-to-phone calls to landlines and mobile phones for a fee.oo Voo version 2.2 was launched in July 2009, and introduced business plans geared for multiple seats and desktop sharing.
New pay-as-you-go options and international phone calling were also introduced.