Vopium Android app takes VoIP experience to next level

Vopium, a VoIP service provider, has announced a new
version of its application for Android smartphones and tablets.


The new app automatically optimizes itself to match each
device’s resolution and screen size. It also includes a guided tour of Vopium’s
intelligent analytics of user habits and preferences that help maximize savings
on local and international calls.


“We know the value of our users in today’s
highly-competitive mobile calling environment. The addition of more
user-centric product interaction recognizes that value by providing them with
even more ways to communicate and save money,” said Asad Parvaiz, chief technology
officer, Vopium.


The new version of Vopium for Android features a
streamlined user interface that improves communications and enhances the user


The app is completely integrated with the native contacts
and dialer and is designed to offer users more flexibility. It automatically
updates the status of contacts, indicating whether a contact’s mobile device is
connected to GSM, CDMA or Wi-Fi, which makes it easy to place free
Wi-Fi-to-Wi-Fi calls. Vopium’s app also works with Android tablets, enabling
calling from Wi-Fi-only tablets like the Motorola XOOM Wi-Fi.


“We’ve completely updated the Vopium app to take
advantage of all of the exciting features and capabilities in each new version
of Android,” said Tanveer Sharif, CEO, Vopium.


In addition, the upgrade in app includes social
networking features that allow users to earn Vopium calling credits through
Facebook and Twitter.


Recently, Vopium announced that its BlackBerry Wi-Fi calling app eliminates several
drawbacks and provides consumers and business users with free international and
domestic Wi-Fi calls, as well as international calls over GSM and CDMA for as
little as less than 1 cent per minute.


By Telecomlead.com Team
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