Gizmo Project Links Popular VoIP Networks Together

SIPphone announced the launch of its latest desktop VoIP product Gizmo Project 3.0, located at Gizmo Project 3.0 introduces meta-voice capabilities, which enable free calling to Yahoo Messenger and Windows Live users. Gizmo Project 3.0 is the first VoIP software to link together multiple popular VoIP networks.

Meta-voice capabilities of Gizmo Project 3.0 allow users to call four of the most popular Voice and IM networks with one client for the first time. All calls to Yahoo Messenger, Windows Live, Google Talk, Jabber, and Gizmo Project users are free. To make a call, users simply type the username or ID of the person they want to call plus the network domain, for example, or Gizmo Project 3.0 users can also call international Yahoo Messenger users for free in France, Spain, and many other countries, for example or All calls are connected directly through the Gizmo Project software and require no additional software.

All the new features of Gizmo Project 3.0 make it one of the most feature rich open standards based voice and IM communicators available. Multi-user chat capabilities make it easy for groups to communicate in real time. A tabbed chat interface automatically organizes multiple chat sessions in one window. Complete chat logging gives users the ability to save and re-read any number of chat sessions. And customizable avatars allow users to display a personal photo to show their online presence.

Advanced features of Gizmo Project 3.0 include real-time file sharing, the number one customer request. This allows Gizmo Project 3.0 users to exchange files with other Gizmo Project 3.0 users, or send files directly to any major Jabber client. The latest version of Gizmo Project also expands on allowing users to call any of the 2,000+ SIP VoIP networks that currently exist in the world for free.

Gizmo Project 3.0 is available immediately for Windows operating systems. Versions for Macintosh and Linux OS are expected within 30 days. Available now at Gizmo Project 3.0 can be downloaded at

Posted on Feb 27, 2007  Reviews | Share |  Digg
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James Wanless
Friday, March 2, 2007 3:44 PM
While Gizmo lets users call from the Gizmo client on their PC, Talkster has extended this to the mobile phone in support of its belief that users shouldn’t have to sit in front of a computer to make VoIM calls. So for the last 6-months, Talkster users with an ordinary mobile phone (no PC or broadband required), have been able to call their Google Talk, Gizmo and MSN buddies from anywhere.

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