The hacker's SIP softphone is updated with a whole new UI and features.
Free yourself from your stationary desk phone extension, or use the powerful SIP protocol to make calls for free, all with superb audio quality.
WeePhone has the most flexible/powerful configuration of any SIP client out there, so it's compatible where others aren't.
* G722.1 (wideband high-quality) codec
* Calls over 3g/Edge and WiFi
* Bluetooth support
* Call hold/swap (juggle 2 calls)
* Use your existing contacts list
* Audio Codecs include G.711, GSM
* Added the wide-band g 722.1 codec
* DTMF (touch-tone keys while in a call, rfc2833)
* STUN server support
* SIP proxy support
* Diagnostic logs
* Dial by domain/IP/URL (email@example.com)
* Configurable SIP and RTP ports
* Voice detection/echo cancellation
* VPN Support
* Separate SIP user and authenticate user supported
* Editable SIP/RTP ports
* Audible button taps
* Diagnostic logs
* Editable User-Agent field
We recommend the following services:
* Voipbuster (www.voipbuster.com, 60 free minutes to start)
* Vonage (www.vonage.com, separate softphone number required)
* sipphone.com (www.sipphone.com)
* Sipgate (www.sipgate.com)
* Pennytel (www.pennytel.com)
WeePhone Works with your existing SIP solution including Asterisk, Trixbox, Cisco, etc. as well.
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Bug fixes and updated for iOS 11.
Much faster, and less crashey.
Ratings and Reviews
I bought this because it appears to be highly recommended by my VOIP provider (Blueface). If all you want it for is to make calls, then it will probably do for you. However, despite what it says about "Push", it does not work in the background on an Iphone - if somebody rings your SIP number and this app is not running, you get a message to say that you have missed a call and who its from - thats it! Compare this with Acrobits which actually does what it says it will do. Wee phone also did not work properly with Parrot CK3100 bluetooth car kit, it would mute the car radio during a call, but then would not release it, so you have to close the app to allow the radio to unmute. Also, the interface still needs some work - say you dial a number and are connected, and then have to dial in an extension number or something - the interface number keys go hard after connection, and any numbers that you dial do not appear on the interface, so you cannot be sure that you dialled the right number.
TBH, I cannot understand why blueface (who are a great company BTW) are recommending this, when there is better out there then this very hyped up but ultimately disappointing application - dont waste your money!
Upgraded functionality good, interface still poor
The look of this otherwise splendid app is still disappointing. Please, Justin! Give us black keys with white numbers!
Up to six family members will be able to use this app with Family Sharing enabled.