Posts Tagged ‘voip’

According to a new report, iOS 13 will be restricting VoIP apps’ background usage, which includes the likes of WhatsApp and Facebook Messenger. Here are the details.

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If you’re a Mac user and live and breathe Skype, or just use it occasionally to talk to your distant friends, you might be happy to know that the application has been updated to add support for OS X Lion as well as HD video chats. These improvements come in the form of Skype 5.3 which is available to the public today.

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Google seems to be implementing Skype-like technologies into Chrome, if a recent build of Chromium is any indication. For starters, the inclusion of this technology will allow video and audio chats though Google Talk without the need for a proprietary plugin. But what could this mean for the rest of the industry?

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An interesting little tidbit coming out of Reuters just now, with reports that both Facebook and Google are contemplating deals with online communication firm, Skype.

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Ah, Fring. Love them or hate them, they’re one of the few real VoIP competitors to Skype and that makes them important. Now the plucky challenger is looking to get one over its larger competitor by being the first to offer group video chat from mobile devices.

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Facebook Messenger, developed by Crisp App, is a recent inclusion in the App Store which helps you make Voice over IP (VoIP) calls to your Facebook friends even if they are on browser. The app is built over Facebook’s API to connect to the Facebook servers, however, the VoIP feature has been developed by Crisp App Limited. Compatible with your iPhone, iPod touch and iPad, Facebook Messenger requires you to have a minimum of iOS 3.1.2.

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Viber is an iOS application that lets you make free phone calls to other devices that have Viber. You can call any Viber user anywhere in the world, for free. Viber is available to install for free on your iPhone, iPad or iPod touch, all you have to do is provide your phone number meaning, unlike Skype, no registration is necessary.

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