Steps to reproduce: * Navigate to a room on http://appear.in/ * Click on Allow cam/mic access Expected results: Default on Android should be front facing camera on the basis for a video call. Actual results: Front facing camera is back camera, which is good for taking photos but not so much for video calls.
I just tested the latest Chrome for Android with https://jsfiddle.net/jib1/srn9db4h/ and it defaults to my front camera, so aligning with that behavior seems like a good idea indeed. As a side-note, commercial face-calling sites like appear.in really should not be relying on browser defaults, instead requesting the user-facing camera explicitly, with the facingMode constraint.  - Ironically, Chrome defaulting to the front camera (and not supporting facingMode yet) is liekly why sites aren't doing this right...  https://stackoverflow.com/questions/32086122/getusermedia-facingmode/32364912#32364912
we added facingMode on appear.in two weeks ago, thanks for the hint!
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