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Apple already has FaceTime, a mobile video chat application, available on the iTunes app store. But that won't stop other developers from trying to squeeze their way into the mobile video-chat market by leveraging the Apple platform. Soon, Yahoo will be tossing its hat into the ring, by releasing a mobile version of Yahoo Messenger that includes video chat. 

No specific release date has been stated for the application, which has yet to be approved by Apple. But we know a few things, about how these chats will differ from FaceTime. First of all, it will be available for both iPhones and Android-based phones. We also know, that it will already be available on new 4G myTouch smartphone, which is being put out by T-mobile.

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