With the introduction of WebRTC on mobile Firefox, Mozilla has now caught up with Chrome for Android. Chrome users – both on the desktop and mobile – have had access to WebRTC in their mobile browsers for a while now. While most users won’t immediately get to use this new real-time communication protocol in their browsers, the fact that it’s now available in Chrome and Firefox on both desktop and mobile will likely give more developers the confidence to start writing applications for it. Firefox for Android will support all three WebRTC components to provide developers access to the webcam and microphone, as well as the ability to call other browsers and transfer data between them.
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