Unfortunately, due to an unforeseen bug in BridJ's native memory management, we are forced to delay the July release by 1 week. We currently use BridJ in non-Android WebRTC components for native VP8 integration. While Android support is up and running, our other Java components that rely on BridJ do not stably allocate and free memory, resulting in memory access violations and JVM crashes. We wish we didn't have to delay the release since we know many of you have been waiting patiently for WebRTC on Android. If we cannot manage to resolve the issues with BridJ by the end of next week, we will find a way to release the Android WebRTC components anyways.
We greatly appreciate your understanding and look forward to sharing some cool new features with you very soon!