Adaptive Digital Brings its VoIP Expertise to iPhone Application Developers

Adaptive Digital has made available to Apple iPhone application developers its toll-quality voice engine software with the introduction of iPVoice VoIP Engine. Well established in the telecom and VoIP communities with a reputation for providing high quality digital signal processor software, Adaptive Digital first broke into the Mobile market with the successful launch of anVoip a voice engine product enabling VoIP for Android development. With a solid understanding of a processors capability and limitations, and a comprehensive library of optimized algorithms Adaptive Digital was able to offer the mobile market a VoIP solution that did not excessively burden the mobile device processor. Adaptive Digital has now applied that same expertise to Apple’s iPhone and developed a VoIP voice engine that will bring true toll-quality to iPhone voice applications.
Posted on Oct 07, 2010  Reviews | Share |  Digg
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Vopium Launches Free Wi-Fi Calling App for the Nokia N8

vopium_logo.jpgVopium to offer a VoIP application for Nokia’s new operating system Symbian ^3 and thereby Nokia’s new flagship phone N8. All N8 owners can now make free calls over Wi-Fi and mobile data networks and be sure of Vopium automatically finding the lowest call rate when calling. International calls are made using Vopium, while calls to local mobile phones are cheapest using local mobile providers. Vopium also offers an instant messaging feature, allowing users to chat on Facebook and Messenger on their Nokia N8. Vopium is currently offering 15 minutes of free worldwide calls.
Posted on Oct 07, 2010  Reviews | Share |  Digg
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Skype for Android Now Available

Skype announces the release of Skype for Android, a client for mobile handsets, built for smartphones running Android OS version 2.1 or above. With this latest release, the majority of smart phone users globally will now be able to experience the benefits of Skype on the move using either a WiFi or mobile data connection (GPRS, EDGE, 3G). Skype for Android is downloadable for free from the Android Market or consumers can visit to find out more details about how to get the application.
Posted on Oct 06, 2010  Reviews | Share |  Digg
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CounterPath to Launch Bria Android Edition

counterpath_logo.jpgCounterPath announces that Bria Android Edition will be commercially available at the end of October. An enterprise-grade VoIP application, Bria Android Edition is a highly secure and standards-based softphone that works over both 3G and Wi-Fi networks. Providing enterprises and other commercial users with a reliable, easy-to-implement solution, CounterPath's latest mobile application helps improve employee productivity while reducing communications costs.

Bria Android Edition strengthens CounterPath's leadership position as a provider of VoIP solutions for smartphones, as well as Mac, Linux and Windows based desktops and laptops. This portfolio includes Bria iPhone Edition for the iPhone and iPod Touch, and with the addition of Bria Android Edition, CounterPath now offers VoIP solutions for the world's two fastest-growing smartphone operating systems.
Posted on Oct 04, 2010  Reviews | Share |  Digg
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VoX Communications Releases Its Symbian Mobile VoIP App for Wi-Fi and 3G Data Networks

logo_VOXlogo_400.jpgVox Communications has released a downloadable VoIP application for use on Symbian mobile phones. Mobile subscribers can now access inexpensive Internet based calling to the US, Canada and Puerto Rico from their own country with mobile VoIP plans starting for as little as $4.95 a month. VoX offers calling plans as low as two cents a minute and unlimited plans for less than $25 a month. Subscribers are also allowed to choose a low-cost international calling plan.

According to Gartner, 80 million Symbian devices were sold worldwide in 2009, or slightly less than 47% of the entire global smartphone market. In comparison to other devices, it would take the combined sales of the iPhone, RIM, Windows Mobile and Android to give an app provider the same volume opportunity. Gartner also projects that Nokia will sell in excess of 100 million Symbian phones in each of the next 3 years. Additional information about Symbian and global smartphone sales can be found at
Posted on Sep 28, 2010  Reviews | Share |  Digg
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Make Free Calls with Your Android Phone and Vopium

vopium_logo.jpgWith the latest version of Vopium for Android, users can make free calls over Wi-Fi and mobile data networks. Vopium automatically finds the lowest call rate on your mobile phone. International calls are made using Vopium'slow-rate server, while calls to local mobile phones are cheapest using local mobile providers. Vopium also offers an instant messaging feature, allowing users to chat on Facebook and Windows Live Messenger. Vopium is currently offering 15 minutes of free calls worldwide.

Vopium has improved its Android application and is now offering free calls to other mobile phones with Vopium on either Wi-Fi or mobile data networks.
Posted on Sep 27, 2010  Reviews | Share |  Digg
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Paltalk Flat-Rate International Mobile VoIP Solution Connects 39 Countries for Less Than $30 per Month

paltalk_logo.jpgPaltalk announces that users will be able to make unlimited international phone calls through Vumber, Paltalk's virtual phone number service. Users will be able to call 39 countries for a flat rate of $29.95 per month.

Vumber's flat rate is the first in a series of mobile-VoIP solutions planned for release by Paltalk over the next quarter in a market that is primed for massive growth. According to a Frost & Sullivan report that was issued in May of this year, the next five years will see a huge spike in the demand for mobile VoIP services -- from $605.8 million in 2008 to $29.57 billion worldwide by 2015.
Posted on Sep 22, 2010  Reviews | Share |  Digg
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Voip-Pal.Com Inc. Announces Upcoming Pink Sheets Upgrade and Completion of Beta Testing PointsPhone Mobile App for Blackberry

voip-pal_logo.jpgVoip-Pal.Com is a provider of international calls using VoiP technology on the internet and cell phones. Voip-Pal.Com Inc. is preparing the financials and other information required by Pink OTC Markets Inc. to move to the next level and help remove the "Stop Sign" status on the Pink Sheets. In addition, beta testing for the PointsPhone Mobile App for the Blackberry has now been completed. Users will soon be able to download for the PointsPhone Mobile App for Blackberry and register at www.PointsPhone.Com to create an account. The new PointsPhone Mobile™ version for the iPhone App has already been available for several months for free downloading on the iPhone.
Posted on Sep 20, 2010  Reviews | Share |  Digg
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fringOut Gives You Mobile Worldwide Calls from 1c/min

fring_logo2.jpgfringing Freedom! Now, you don’t have to be chained to your PC to make low-cost internet calling. With fringOut on your mobile, you can call any phone number worldwide (landline or mobile) from 1c/minute.

Currently available for Nokia, soon to be launched on iPhone and Android.

fringOut low-cost international calls to any phone number.
Posted on Sep 20, 2010  Reviews | Share |  Digg
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Ooma Introduces New Mobile App Calling Plan Option

Ooma_logo.gifOoma has added yet another way for users of the Ooma Mobile application to save money on calls to friends and family. Ooma is offering a new Ooma Mobile calling plan that allows users to talk for 1,000 minutes for less than $5 per month.

The Ooma Mobile application lets Ooma customers make U.S. and international calls from their iPhone, iPad and iPod touch. Phone calls made using the Ooma Mobile application are transmitted through the Internet connection of your device (either Wi-Fi or 3G) so you do not need or use minutes from a cellular voice plan.
Posted on Sep 17, 2010  Reviews | Share |  Digg
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3CX Releases Free VoIP Phone for Android: 3CXPhone

3cx_logo.jpg3CX announces the release of a free SIP phone for the Android Smartphone operating system. With 3CXPhone for Android, users can make free phone calls via wireless and 3G (mobile operator permitting). Examples of Android based phones are the HTC Desire, HTC Hero, Sony Ericsson Xperia, X10 Mini and Pro, Samsung Galaxy S and the Google Nexus.

3CXPhone for Android works with standards based SIP servers - including 3CX Phone System, Asterisk and popular SIP VoIP Providers. Unlike other "free" Android SIP phones, 3CXPhone is NOT locked down to a particular provider or PBX. Users can pick and choose their favorite provider or VoIP PBX and switch at any time or use different VoIP providers simultaneously. 3CXPhone is available free of charge for commercial and non profit organizations as well as private users.
Posted on Sep 08, 2010  Reviews | Share |  Digg
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Truphone Slashes Mobile App Calling Rates

Truphone_logo2.jpgTruphone has made staying in touch with friends, family and colleagues both at home and abroad even more affordable with the introduction of its lowest calling rates ever.

The global mobile operator has reduced its calling rates to more than 30 destinations worldwide by an average of 60 percent when compared to previous rates for calls made using its Apple iPhone, iPod touch, iPad, Nokia and Android smartphone apps.

Truphone has also reduced the cost of its unlimited monthly call package to just $12.95 per month.
Posted on Sep 01, 2010  Reviews | Share |  Digg
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Acrobits Promotion Rewards Loyal Customers of their iPhone SIP Client

Acrobits_logo.pngAcrobits recently made a big splash in the VoIP world with their new business caliber SIP client for the iPhone, Groundwire. While this has legions of VoIP users on the iPhone very excited, it was also important to Acrobits to reward users of their already excellent SIP client Acrobits Softphone with an inexpensive upgrade option. Unfortunately, iTunes doesn’t offer a viable option for Acrobits to do this. It looked like existing users of Acrobits Softphone would need to purchase Groundwire at full price to benefit from the exciting new features of Groundwire. Not to mention the licensing agreement for the G.729 codec would require users to purchase a new license to use the codec in Groundwire (G.729 licensing requires a separate license for each client or device).
Posted on Aug 30, 2010  Reviews | Share |  Digg
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iSkoot Partners with O2 Ireland to Launch O2 Social Link

iskoot_logo2.gifMobile customers in Ireland now have an easy way to stay connected to leading social media like Facebook, Twitter, and MySpace. iSkoot announces that it has partnered with O2 Ireland to launch O2 Social Link, a rich mobile app that aggregates the most important Social Network services, along with some of Ireland’s most popular feeds for news, sports, and entertainment.

O2 Social Link offers users real-time notification for social network activity and news items, even while users compose messages, check status updates, and read new stories. All services are delivered over available data connections, without requiring 3G or Wi-Fi for optimal performance. When not actively in use, O2 Social Link’s server-side connection can continue to load new data in the background and pop up alerts for important content.
Posted on Aug 24, 2010  Reviews | Share |  Digg
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Acrobits Releases Groundwire, SIP Client Utilizing all the Capabilities of the iPhone

Acrobits_logo.pngMobile software developer Acrobits released their new business caliber SIP Client, Groundwire for the iPhone, this week. This news should delight both iPhone owners and the VoIP world in general. SIP users finally have a mobile client capable of meeting all their needs.

Groundwire has all the great features of Acrobits’ current softphone client, Acrobits Softphone, and adds some very important business caliber features. Groundwire supports transfer and attended transfer, call waiting and conference calling. It also adds a voicemail waiting indicator and a programmable voicemail dialer. But that’s just a taste, here’s the full list of features.
Posted on Aug 23, 2010  Reviews | Share |  Digg
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