Touchmods hack brings VoIP to iPod Touch
by Jan Harris
January 2, 2008
Touchmods has released version 1.0 of SIP-VoIP for the iPod Touch, allowing users to make VoIP calls via a WiFi connection.
According to Touchmods, it is the world’s first free SIP-VoIP application for the iPod Touch.
Although the iPod Touch doesn’t have a microphone, Touchmods has released instructions for building one, which can be attached to the device’s dock connector.
For users who don’t wand to go to this length to make calls, a bespoke iPod Touch microphone will be released, priced at under £22.
Touchmods software is said to be compatible with a range of VoIP providers, and with the Asterisk open-source IP PABX, but anyone installing it will void the warranty on the device.
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