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January 14, 2013

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GetAddLive

Android (the Google team must be working hard on this) , then Windows (MS also very active in CU RTC Web) then BB10.

But there are really only two mobile platforms that matter at the moment, and of those two Android will definitely be first.

JimCanuck

Last summer Skype had a few developer job openings in London specifically related to WebRTC. Will be interesting to see what shows up.

Kramasundar

Android will be the first one... it would be boon when it comes as a native API... may be in Android 5.0?

N1kflow

Will be interesting when Apple joins as Facetime is based on AAC-ELD and h.264 codecs and this means that these codecs will probably be enabled by Apple for WebRTC.

Disruptivedean

I reckon it'll appear at roughly the same time on Tizen, BB10 & Android (via Chrome).

And of course there's already Ericsson's Bowser around, plus we'll see more app-embedded WebRTC via SDKs from the likes of Hookflash, Phono/Voxeo, Telefonica/TokBox, AddLive etc.

twitter.com/tsahil

There was no beer on my side of the chatter - just a bagle with sesame and some tehini to go with it :-)

I think Android will be first.
BB 10 should be there before Android, because they have more to lose - so does Windows 8, but both will come later.
Android will probably do Chrome first and then the native browser that comes with a phone, with a gap of 6-9 months between them - due to the release vehicle available to Android (new Android version with a new phone introduced to the market).

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