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Topic # 26824 5-Oct-2008 00:05
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Fring is now available from app store for free.
VOIP only works on wifi networks unfortunately




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  Reply # 169079 5-Oct-2008 09:26
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Set it up with my 2talk account last night, quality was not good, several second delay and not great audio quality,

anyone else tried it with 2talk?

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  Reply # 169080 5-Oct-2008 09:29
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I checked over the Fring Forums last night.Quite a few reports of lag of anywhere between 2-5 secs.




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  Reply # 169118 5-Oct-2008 14:37
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Yea, I've played with fring too. But it seems if you hook it into an alternate SIP provider (e.g. 2talk), it seems to still get relayed through their server, thus the extra lag. I did get reasonable results hooking it through a euro based SIP provider, e.g. voipdiscount.com etc; as the servers are a lot closer to each other.




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  Reply # 169157 5-Oct-2008 18:45
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you are correct that is what is happening, the sip traffic is been routed to a fring server overseas  :/

this will never be a decent sip client for 2talk, italk etc with that design

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  Reply # 169202 5-Oct-2008 22:38
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tried it today with skype, works fine no delay :D

even the msn messenger is 10 times better than that im++ which is so slow and delayed

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  Reply # 169269 6-Oct-2008 12:11
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does it support landscape mode for skype chat?

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  Reply # 169540 7-Oct-2008 12:06
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psychrn: Fring is now available from app store for free.
VOIP only works on wifi networks unfortunately

Heard there's a patch that allows skype over 3g/gsm... not sure if we'll get in trouble if VF finds out though...

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  Reply # 169934 8-Oct-2008 17:27
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how cool would a 2talk iphone app be!!! I'd pay for that!




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  Reply # 169935 8-Oct-2008 17:36
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djpaubes: how cool would a 2talk iphone app be!!! I'd pay for that!

Any SIP clients for the iphone?? e.g. SJphone?
Then you could do it.




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