Daily VoIP News Digest
Wednesday 21st of January 2009

fring awarded Windows Mobile certification


by Jan Harris
January 6, 2009

Fring has been busy developing its mobile VoIP application for different platforms and has now announced that Microsoft has awarded the application its “Designed for Window Mobile” certification.

Back in October, fring was approved by Apple for use on its iPhone and iPod devices.

The company has also released a new version of fring for Windows Mobile devices, including Sony Ericsson’s new Xperia multimedia device.

New fring for Windows Mobile features include the ability to send files over IP to fring, Skype, MSN and Yahoo contacts at the touch of a button.

Navigation has been improved with a new ‘Go- To menu’, ‘Privacy’, and ‘Joystick-In’ settings, while Add-ons have been extended and improved and can be managed more easily through a new Add-Ons Management screen.

Fring for Windows Mobile also allows HTC users to use earpieces for extra privacy.




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