Friday, April 4, 2008

Jajah Developing VoIP App for iPhone

Getting back to the iPhone and the potentially awesome applications on the horizon, Voice over Internet Protocol application developer Jajah has announced that it is currently working on a VoIP program for Apple's iPhone. The company, which currently offers a web-based call-back solution for the iPhone, has stated that it is working on a program that will allow for free or low-cost global calls from the iPhone using the handset's WiFi feature.

“Jajah was one of the first in line to support the launch of the iPhone. Now with the release of the iPhone SDK, we are excited to develop a native VoIP application that will improve productivity and enhance the communication capabilities of mobile professionals with added security,” said Frederik Hermann, director, global marketing.

Stay tuned for more information on the upcoming client as it becomes available.

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