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# 109002 11-Sep-2012 07:50
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Anyone want to sound out with their thoughts and preferred iPhone SIP softphone app?

Bria seems to get high marks.  Anyone else have experience with other apps to try, or avoid?

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  # 684216 11-Sep-2012 08:53
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Bria or Goundwire/Acrobits

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  # 684256 11-Sep-2012 10:43
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sbiddle: Bria or Goundwire/Acrobits


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  # 684305 11-Sep-2012 11:58
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  # 684510 11-Sep-2012 17:28
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I use Acrobits. Only because it was the first client to support g729 and Bluetooth. Works well. You can set a message for your callers to hear when they get dropped should a normal cell non VoIP network voice call come in.



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  # 684658 11-Sep-2012 23:16
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Thanks. I'm testing the free versions I have found on the app store. So far C3X seems best free version. I've tried Linphone and it works, but seems pretty 'meh'

Will probably buy bria or acrobits...

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