27 February 2008

New VoIP freeware for Symbian with SIP support - Talkonaut

Symbian freeware VoIP SIP Voipstunt VoipDiscount Finarea BetamaxYesterday was presented a new great Symbian S60 VoIP application Talkonaut. The main feature of this app is messaging in Jabber, Google Talk, ICQ, MSN, AIM and Yahoo networks. But also this is a great free VoIP client which supports VoIP over GPRS including SIP stack. This means that you can freely call with such services as Voipstunt, VoipDiscount, NetAppel, VoipBuster, VoipCheap, SparVoip and other Finarea-Betamax. If you haven't a SIP account this app offer to you cheap voice calls over IP with help of GTalk 2 VoIP service. With help of Talkonaut you able to make free VoIP calls to Google Talk users, Yahoo, MSN, AIM and ICQ voice capable IM clients, as well as to other Talkonaut users.
This awesome application is available for most of all Nokia Symbian S60 smartphones 2nd and 3rd Editions: E50, E51, E60, E61, E61i, E62, E65, E70, E90, 3250, 5500, 5700, 6110, 6120, 6121, 6290, N71, N73, N75, N76, N80, N81, N82, N91, N92, N93, N93i, N95. Direct download link for Symbian S60 v3 is here and for Symbian S60 v2 here. Delivery of download link via SMS message also is available. I will post my experience with Talkonaut app very soon.


Anonymous said...

Pros: quite functional and has many features; supports contact groups (one level only).
Cons: very very ugly; MSN contacts are proxied through Jabber and not contacted directly (and you cannot remove or rename them); no Skype

Spectator said...

Interface of this app was unified with older J2ME midlet version.

gtalk2voip said...

What problems do you have with removing/renaming/unregistering transport (MSN) contacts ? Can you please provide bit more feedbacks ? Thanks.


Anonymous said...

Yet another promising app. Not quite as good as Fring IMO. However... once again, just like Fring, the damn SIP path goes via some foreign server. Why can't we register to our Local PBX on our Local lan directly? Very anoying. Can't use it like that.

- Rjp.

Unknown said...

I would love to see VoIP programs released for the Motorola Krave. Ever since I started working with Motorola, I can't seem to stop talking about this thing. My favorite feature is the full touch screen. You can check out a full list of features on motorola.com/krave. It's my top pick right now.