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Topic # 88412 15-Aug-2011 21:15 Send private message

Any good apps around to have voip on an ipad2?

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  Reply # 507021 15-Aug-2011 21:20 Send private message

Do you have a VoIP provider? Do you want to place and receive calls or just want to place cheap calls?




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  Reply # 507022 15-Aug-2011 21:29 Send private message

Skype.






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  Reply # 507036 15-Aug-2011 22:10 Send private message

I have a 2talk account and her indoors is going away for a week, doesn't want to lug her laptop around (with a softphone) but wants to take her new ipad.... so I'm looking for a good sip app for her

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  Reply # 507073 16-Aug-2011 01:49 Send private message

Im using Groundwire app which is great as you can select codecs like g729a (extra cost). Best for iphones as it is compressed codec and good quality call. Of course you can use other codec (higher bandwidth). Using it with my 2talk account as well and it is good over 3g connection too. Btw this app works on ipad too.

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  Reply # 507087 16-Aug-2011 05:49 Send private message

Counterpath Bria , very good VoIP app ...use this on my own one, Speaker, Mic setup on the ipad's aren't great but does the job




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  Reply # 507088 16-Aug-2011 05:55 Send private message

maverick: Counterpath Bria , very good VoIP app ...use this on my own one, Speaker, Mic setup on the ipad's aren't great but does the job


Reinforce what Phil says, I find Bria very good on many platforms, including iOS and Android




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  Reply # 507474 16-Aug-2011 17:59

I use Acrobits Softfone on both iPad2 and iPhone. It has G729a codec available as an in app purchase. I use 2talk and Voipcheap.

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  Reply # 507655 17-Aug-2011 01:56 Send private message

Note acrobits softphone == Groundwire app. Interface is very nice and liking all the features.

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