Voiceserve, Inc., has developed a Voipswitch mobile dialer for Polska Telefonia Cyfrowa, S.A. (PTC), a Polish subsidiary of Deutsche Telekom (News - Alert). Voiceserve’s Polich partner, Ascomp S.A., originally developed the mobile dialers for the “Heyah” brand.
The mobile dialers currently work only for the Android (News - Alert) platform, although developments for iPhones and iPads are in the works and should be rolled out within weeks. Voiceserve’s mobile dialing app, called “Freeyah,” is available for sale in the Android Market and will be rolled out in the iTunes Store. The main function of the app is to allow users to telephone and text one another free of charge, no matter what their global location. Communication takes place over both mobile and Wi-Fi networks.
When users download the app, the app automatically highlights others in their contact list who have also downloaded, allowing users to readily see who is available for conversations free of charge. The app shows the status of contacts online so that users know if friends or family are available to chat.
Thanks to a compressed optimized voice codec, Voipswitch can boost voice quality even when users are conversing over a subpar network connection. Users can view the current status of their call by checking a quality status indicator.
In addition to providing mobile dialing solutions, Voiceserve delivers video conferencing software that can be adapted to tablets and smartphones. Voipswitch is available for resellers and is intended to provide affordable, complete next-generation services to Internet telephony service providers. The solution powers businesses, enterprises, hotels and cruise liners around the world. The value of Voiceserve stock, according to The New York Times, has increased 86 percent over the past 52 weeks.