Over-the-top provider Line2 (www.line2.com) has officially rolled in the Opus codec into the latest version of its Apple iOS communications app. Line2 is incorporating the IETF certified codec into all of its future apps for 2013 release.
The announcement came in an October 18, 2012 blog post. Line2 version 9.0 for the iPhone, […]
Desktop hardware manufacturer Invoxia and over-the-top service provider Line2 are currently testing new HD voice codecs for their respective products.
Via an email exchange, Invoxia says it is currently testing AMR-WB in its lab and the de facto mobile standard will be supported “in the next firmware upgrade” in two or three weeks. […]
Toktumi (www.toktumi.com) announced that its Line2 app is the only one available for the iPad with WiFi +3G that can “completely” replicate the iPhone’s calling functionality.
CEO Peter Sisson goes so far as to use his iPad as a speaker phone for conference calls, saying that the iPad’s built in speakers and microphone make […]
Apple has approved Toktumi’s (www.toktumi.com) Line2 VoIP app version 2.1 for use on the iPod Touch and iPad. The updated app can be grabbed via the App Store.
Line2, written up favorably yesterday in the New York Times, does the usual WiFi VoIP bypass trick, with calls other Line2 users and outbound calls to […]