WalkieTalkie VOIP provides easy-to-use, low-latency, high-quality Voice-over-IP. It can be used to communicate between PCs, Macs, and iPhones. Pick a username, and start calling. By using a 'locator' server, connections behind most routers can be easily brokered without opening ports. Conference calling between three or more parties is possible (with the desktop client hosting) as well. Unlike other VOIP clients, call data doesn't bounce off a third party server, so latency is low. A 'locator' server is only used for exchanging connection information when calling by username. The author runs a public server, but anyone can run their own (its built into the client).Version 2.0.1 includes UI improvements, and fixes for routers that is so symmetric-NAT when brokering calls.
|File Size||292.97 kB|
|Operating System||Mobile iPhone OS 2.x|
|System Requirements||Requires iPhone 2.1 Software Update|