SIP/H.323 Video Conferencing on iPhone 3GS and iPad

Mirial_logo.jpgAfter the recent launch of ClearSea Client for iPhone and iPod touch 4th generation Mirial announces that iPhone 3GS and iPad have been added to the list of certified devices for Mirial ClearSea.

ClearSea is the first professional video conferencing software including a client for iOS devices that enables organization to connect every Pc, Mac, Android or iOS device and any standards-based H.323/SIP equipment. It allows to integrate traditional room based video communication systems or to deploy a new HD desktop and mobile solution without the need to invest in expensive infrastructure.
Posted on Feb 02, 2011  Reviews | Share |  Digg
Filed in:  |  | 

Paltalk Introduces Vumber, a Full-Featured Mobile VOIP App

paltalk_logo.jpgPaltalk announces the release of its Vumber Mobile application. Vumber allows iOS device users to place calls through Wi-Fi and add multiple lines to their cell phone, enabling them to separate business calls from personal calls, etc. from a single device.

Vumber App users can place calls over WiFi from their iPhone, iPod Touch and iPad, to anywhere in the world, for only $9.95 per month through Vumber. Customers are still required to maintain a carrier plan, but they can limit the amount of minutes on their plan to save money. The app is available for free from the iTunes store and an app for android phones and tablets will be available by the end of the first quarter.
Posted on Jan 19, 2011  Reviews | Share |  Digg
Filed in:  |  | 

Zipring Integrated VoIP Phone Service Launches for Consumers: Works with Every Phone and Mobile Device

North American consumers can now join the public beta of Zipring—a simple, inexpensive integrated VoIP phone service that works with any phone, mobile or Internet device; requires no contract and is free to try.

Unlike other Internet phone applications and devices on the market, Zipring is based on open standards so it can be used with any VoIP software or phone device. Additionally, because Zipring leverages the internet, it can turn any Internet-based device—such as an iPad, iPod Touch, laptop or desktop computer—into a phone and enable users to make and receive calls to that device using their dedicated Zipring phone number.
Posted on Jan 18, 2011  Reviews | Share |  Digg
Filed in:  |  | 

CounterPath Brings Multitasking, Multi-Account VoIP Softphone to the Apple iPhone, iPad and iPod Touch

counterpath_logo.jpgCounterPath announces the worldwide availability of Bria iPhone Edition Version 1.1 for Apple's iPhone, iPad and iPod touch. Compatible with Apple's new iOS 4 operating system, Bria iPhone Edition 1.1 is a highly secure, standards-based VoIP softphone that works over both 3G and Wi-Fi networks.

Bria iPhone Edition 1.1 leverages iOS 4 to deliver to Bria users' their most requested feature: multitasking on the iPhone, freeing them to stay productive while waiting for calls. This freedom is particularly valuable for iPhone users that need to reference other applications while on a call, enhancing the device's value as a business tool. When Apple releases iOS 4 for the iPad, Bria iPhone Edition 1.1 will immediately and automatically extend its multitasking features to that device.
Posted on Aug 17, 2010  Reviews | Share |  Digg
Filed in:  |  | 

VoiceServe Introduces a Softphone for Apple’s iPhone, iPod and iPad

voiceserve_logo.jpgVoiceServe announced that its wholly-owned subsidiary, VoipSwitch now offers a Vippie softphone dialer for Apple iPhones, iPods and iPads. VoipSwitch’s softphone even enables iPad owners to use the tablet computer as a cell phone. The Vippie dialer requires access to the Internet and an account with VoipSwitch’s Call-to-PBX. Users are able to make and receive calls, use voicemail, dial from contact lists, record calls and more using the Vippie dialer.
Posted on Aug 04, 2010  Reviews | Share |  Digg
Filed in:  |  | 

VoicePulse Teams Up with Acrobits Softphone App for the iPhone

voicepulse_logo.gifVoicePulse has been officially tested and named a verified VoIP operator for Acrobits Softphone app for iPhone, iPad and iPod Touch. Acrobits is a privately owned software development company with a focus on mobile software development.

For many VoIP users, getting the correct settings for your provider in a SIP client can be a complicated process. Customers will only have to enter their VoicePulse SIP credentials and password to get started using Acrobits Softphone. The SIP app from Acrobits costs just $7.99 in iTunes. Download the SIP app here: VoicePulse will also be participating in upcoming beta testing for Acrobits softphone application for the Android OS.
Posted on Jul 08, 2010  Reviews | Share |  Digg
Filed in:  |  |  | 

Voip-Pal.Com Announces New Apple App for 4G iPhone, iPod and iPad

voip-pal_logo.jpgVoip-Pal.Com released its new PointsPhone Mobile as an Apple App. This application allows extremely low cost international and domestic calls on your Apple iPhone. Downloading is simple and Free. Simply go to the iTunes store and download! Activation requires "Sign Up" on Using your iPhone, the user can call international for as low as 2 cents per minute. Features include, Call Forwarding, Voice Mail, Call Backs, Free Peer to Peer Calling and Virtual Numbers.
Posted on Jun 29, 2010  Reviews | Share |  Digg
Filed in:  |  | 

Ooma Mobile Application Now Available For Iphone, Ipod Touch And Ipad

Ooma_logo.gifOoma announces the availability of the Ooma Mobile Application (app) for the iPhone, iPod touch and iPad. The new app offers Ooma customers the ability to save money on their mobile calling plans with improved convenience and functionality and outstanding voice quality with Ooma’s PureVoiceTM Technology.

With the Ooma Mobile app, Ooma customers can make domestic and international calls from an iPhone, iPod touch or iPad over any Wi-Fi or 3G network. By tapping into an active Wi-Fi or 3G connection, Ooma customers can use their Ooma account credentials while on the road to connect calls and bypass the high international calling rates associated with mobile calling plans from major carriers.
Posted on Jun 29, 2010  Reviews | Share |  Digg
Filed in:  |  | 

Truphone Launches 3G and Multi Task Calling for Apple iOS 4

Truphone_logo2.jpgTruphone announces the availability of its updated application for the iPhone and iPod touch iOS 4 in the Apple iTunes store.

What's new?
  • 3G Calling: The application now allows consumers to place and receive calls over 3G networks. This means that consumers have the option to make calls as part of their data package even when out of Wi-Fi range, using their mobile carrier's 3G network.
  • Background calling: Thanks to Apple iOS 4's multi-tasking feature, Truphone now allows voice calls and data applications to run simultaneously. For customers, this ensures they won't miss incoming calls when running a data application and can place a call while surfing the Internet or checking email.
  • Truphone Instant Messenger: The new updated applications include Truphone Instant Messenger. For the first time, customers will be able to chat via IM with other Truphone users as well as contacts on several of the most popular social networking sites, including Facebook, Skype, AIM, GoogleTalk, MSN and Yahoo! – all in one place, without having to open up multiple IM applications.
Posted on Jun 24, 2010  Reviews | Share |  Digg
Filed in:  | 

CounterPath Brings VoIP Softphone to the Apple iPhone, iPad and iPod Touch

counterpath_logo.jpgCounterPath announces the worldwide availability of Bria iPhone Edition for Apple's iPhone, iPad and iPod Touch. Bria iPhone Edition is a highly secure, standards-based VoIP softphone that works over both 3G and Wi-Fi networks.

Bria iPhone Edition integrates seamlessly with other CounterPath desktop and convergence solutions, as well as with enterprise and carrier infrastructure equipment from major vendors such as Alcatel-Lucent, Ericsson, BroadSoft, Metaswitch, Avaya, Cisco and NEC. Bria iPhone Edition also supports Asterisk-based telephony systems.
Posted on Jun 15, 2010  Reviews | Share |  Digg
Filed in:  |  | 

Acrobits Softphone, the Free Way for VoIP Providers to get on the iPhone, iPad and iPod Touch

Acrobits_logo.pngAcrobits announces the latest feature of Acrobits Softphone, provider provisioning. In just a few minutes, any SIP based VoIP operator can have their settings added to Acrobits Softphone’s preconfigured provider list completely free. Acrobits Softphone, the leading SIP Client for the iPhone, iPad and iPod Touch, just became even more attractive to both SIP providers and users.

As any VoIP veteran knows, getting the correct settings for your provider entered in your SIP client can be a painful process. Since ease of use is a high priority for customers shopping for a service provider, this results in many customers picking a provider that has their own softphone client on multiple platforms. Since the iPhone OS is the leading mobile platform, having a reliable SIP client on Apple’s App Store is an important component to attracting new business. “By adding themselves to our list of preconfigured providers,” says Acrobits, “VoIP operators can provide their customers with a proven SIP client on the App Store and an easy way to use their service on the iPhone, iPad or iPod Touch."
Posted on Jun 07, 2010  Reviews | Share |  Digg
Filed in:  |  |  | 

Global IP Solutions Enables HD Voice and One-Way Video Chat to the iPad

GIPS_Logo2.gifGlobal IP Solutions announces the availability of HD and Super-wideband Voice as well as one-way Video Conferencing/Chat capabilities for iPad developers, powered by GIPS VideoEngine Mobile.

GIPS VideoEngine Mobile supplies iPad developers with a simple to integrate, high-level software API that contains the complex video conferencing/video chat capabilities into applications running on Apple's iPad operating system. As video access becomes available from Apple, GIPS VideoEngine will support two-way video chat/conferencing.
Posted on Apr 20, 2010  Reviews | Share |  Digg
Filed in:

Apple iPhone OS 4.0 to Get Multitasking Which Means Background VoIP

steve_jobs_iphone.jpgApple previewed its iPhone OS 4 software and released a beta version of the software to iPhone Developer Program members. The iPhone OS 4 beta release includes an updated Software Development Kit with over 1,500 new Application Programming Interfaces and over 100 new features that will be available to iPhone and iPod touch users this summer. New features include Multitasking for third party apps; Folders to better organize and access apps; improved Mail with a unified inbox, fast inbox switching and threaded messages; enhanced Enterprise support with even better data protection, mobile device management, wireless app distribution and more; Apple's new iAd mobile advertising platform; and iBooks, the delightful new ebook reader and online bookstore recently debuted on the iPad.
Posted on Apr 08, 2010  Reviews | Share |  Digg
Filed in:  | 

Vopium Now Supports 3G Calling on iPhone and iPad App is on the Way

vopium_logo.jpgVopium has just launched 3G version of its popular VoIP calling and messaging software for iPhone. Previously it was possible on Vopium to make VoIP calls using Wi-Fi hotspots, but with the Apple's removal of restrictions on VoIP from its iPhone 3G SDK, cheap VoIP calls on iPhone over local networks is now a reality. This new iPhone app with 3G VoIP/data allows iPhone users to make free calls to Vopium users, Skype users and Gtalk users also outside Wi-Fi, by using the 3G data network. This empowers users to use their existing data plan and avoid any local charges or call set-up charges of operator.
Posted on Apr 06, 2010  Reviews | Share |  Digg
Filed in:  |  | 

Truphone Gives Apple iPad Owners A Voice

Truphone_logo2.jpgTruphone announces the availability of its application that offers thousands of Apple iPad customers the ability to make voice calls. The company's award-winning VoIP application turns the tablet-sized device into a mobile phone that offers free or low-cost international calls, as well as advanced Instant Messaging features that integrate a user's contacts from across multiple IM networks.

Truphone was the first to officially launch a mobile VoIP calling application for Apple's iPhone and iPod Touch platforms, and the company continues to lead the way with the launch of Truphone for iPad.
Posted on Apr 05, 2010  Reviews | Share |  Digg
Filed in:

More Pages:
Previous    1 2    Next

  All brand, company, and product names are trademarks or registered trademarks of their
  respective owners. © 2012 VoIP Monitor. All rights reserved. Privacy Policy  Terms