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Review: Bria Android Edition VoIP Client

Dec 22, 2010, 19:02 (0 Talkback[s])
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"While VoIP over Wi-Fi is no longer leading edge, VoWi-Fi on a mobile phone is still pushing the envelope a little - VoIP over 3G even more so.

"That CounterPath, maker of some of the most popular softphones, recently jumped into mobile VoIP with both feet is a sign the market is maturing. (A softphone is a program that turns a computing device into a phone so it can work with a VoIP service.) But as we discovered, the market may not be fully mature yet.

"CounterPath launched an iPhone version of its Bria softphone in the summer, and last month added Bria Android Edition ($7.99). According to some company literature, the new product works with any device running Android 2.1 or higher. CounterPath has also published a list of compatible devices."

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