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VoX Comms starts VoIP video calling project for Android devices


VoX Comms starts VoIP video calling project for Android devices
VoX Communications’ subsidiary Pervasip, being the substantial provider of innovative cloud VoIP and disparate IT applications, has announced the augmentation of its Android Mobile VoIP package by option of free video calling.
As officials from the company explained, almost billion pieces of firmware have immediate access to the brand new VoX VoIP from the Google Play Store, Samsung and Amazon Applications Stores. Consumers can use the operational access to the proprietary "pay and go" specific calling bundle without needs for official subscription, which can be deployed with just one dollar, empowering universal calling around the globe without any monthly obligations. CEO at VoX, Mark Richards explained, "We keep the commitment on best and efficient technical approach, in order to render our products as the absolutely leading items mentioned within the Android realm, and are delighted to finally introduce a video product, as our shareholders expected sonec long time already. We are bringing up the IP video calling application to the Amazon in sake of operational excellency." "We appraise Google's revolutionary attitude to the VP8 codec and we cover this codec by all our deployments. Additionally, we remember that VP8, particularly under the effective leadership of Jelly Bean, backs up hardware agnostic philosophy for the processing of video signaling. Paired with a multi-channel processor, we are quite confident, that the video calling is now getting the exponential momentum. We know exactly, that keeping in mind all the related technical aspects, the video call quality and level of consumer satisfaction will be good enough to merely all video engines currently available on the market." "We take the way to upload the video machine into the Amazon store as our initial step so that we can accumulate operational feedback from end-points. When it will work in full power, we expect to forward the application into the Google Play Store, having all the ground to predict a superb future user experience. Even we foresee even more conversion from users, not subscribers, currently accounted to be as much as 5 to 8 percent on any particular working day. We know also, that upon penetration into the Google Play Store where some billion differentiated devices presented, we better should be perfectly ready for the massive potential growth whilst keeping the already achieved user experience of our pilot item.


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