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How WebRTC changes the game for mobile apps

A little more than a year ago, my team at Voxeet set out on a quest to create a mobile app that reimagined communication and the conference call for the 21st century. To do so, we needed to banish the familiar features of conference calls today — walkie-talkie static, an opaque interface that obscures who’s talking when, an inability to travel from one device to the next — and introduce modern, mobile-optimized and 3D-immersive-sound features in their place. To do that to its maximum potential, we needed WebRTC.

WebRTC is a free, open project built from the ground up made for …

By |June 2nd, 2014|

Introducing Google Integration (plus some other cool stuff)

Sure, Voxeet already makes it pretty easy to sign in and set up your account. But when have we ever settled for pretty easy (or pretty clear, or pretty good)? Introducing our latest improvements, designed to make accessing your account and adding contacts even easier: Voxeet has gone Google. That means you can now log in to Voxeet using Google, plus search and import contacts directly from your Google account to your Voxeet contact list.

Additionally, our new version serves up a bevy of bug fixes and performance improvements that make it easier than ever to connect from any device, …

By |May 13th, 2014|

HD voice alone is not enough to solve call quality issues

Molly Wood’s recent New York Times piece about HD voice nicely articulates the frustrations of poor call quality that most of us experience every day. We agree that calls, personal or group, don’t have to sound terrible. In fact, they should sound great. But the standard HD applications she mentions are only another half step toward strong, consistent sound quality—not the solution.

As the CEO of Voxeet, I spend every day (and more than a few nights) thinking about how to create mobile calling experiences that provide clear, consistent sound quality, no matter what device you’re on, where you’re calling from …

By |May 6th, 2014|

Voxeet selects Voxbone to continue the global expansion of its audio conferencing service

By enabling access to the PSTN, Voxbone will allow Voxeet users to join or create 3DHD audio conferences with a single click from any device, even in poor Internet environments

SAN FRANCISCO – April 24, 2014 – When it’s time to join an audio conference, people want two things: a reliable connection and instant access. A new relationship between Voxeet and Voxbone provides users in over 50 countries with an industry-first combination of dependability and ease of use. By automatically switching to a public switched telephony network (PSTN) connection, Voxbone will allow Voxeet users …

By |April 24th, 2014|

Voxeet 2.0 with Dial-in Support and Voxeet for Mac – Review

Voxeet is an impressive audio conference application that provides 3DHD sound. Launched at DEMOFall 2012, Voxeet is available for free for Windows, Android and iOS, and a week ago, the company launched the Mac version alongside its 2.0 update. With Voxeet 2.0 you can get dial-in numbers that let you dial in to a conference for free from over 40 countries worldwide, or switch your call from a bad internet connection to a local phone line in one click.

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As described in my introduction, Voxeet’s key feature is the ability …

By |April 15th, 2014|