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July 18, 2013

Acrobits Expands Capabilities to Include Windows by End of 2013

Acrobits is a mobile voice-over-Internet (VoIP) solution that has specialized in offering SIP VoIP solutions for various mobile devices. Currently, the company has applications for iOS and Androids. However, it felt short in the Windows department. The company has never offered its SIP services for Windows phones, until now.

Acrobits has been working on releasing a new version of its SIP Softphone client that would not only improve upon its already successful application, but would be completely compatible with Windows phones.

In an e-mail, Rafael Torreblanca, VP of Business Development from Acrobits S.R.O., confirmed the news. “Yes we are actually working on it, and we will release a version but only for end [quarter 3] this year,” said Torreblanca.

If you are unfamiliar with the application, it’s currently designed for those with basic VoIP needs. This is great for small businesses or people looking to make calls overseas and/or keep their phone expenses down. Some features include: push notifications, video calling, multitasking, Google Voice integration, HD wideband audio, SMS support, and customizable ringtones, number rewriting, NAT Bridge Service, address book matching and Bluetooth capabilities.

The application is currently available in the iTunes store. With more than 600 reviews, the application has received almost four out of five stars. Many customers appreciate the variety of features, the multitasking ability and the low cost (the application can be purchased for $6.99).

Many Windows users are hoping that a majority of the services will carry over with its own version of the application. Although more details have not yet been released, the company did say that it strives to provide the best of the best when it comes to SIP technology. “Acrobits has made sure users of the Softphone have a reliable, highly customizable SIP Client that utilizes all the latest capabilities,” said Acrobits.

Edited by Rachel Ramsey

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