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QuteCom

QuteCom

QuteCom (formerly WengoPhone) is a free software SIP* compliant Voice over Internet Protocol (VoIP) client developed by the OpenWengo community. It lets users speak to other users of SIP compliant VoIP software without charge.

However, QuteCom is more than just VoIP software: it is a full-fledged communications tool that lets you enjoy free calls, video conferencing, SMS, chat over many existing protocols (MSN, AIM/ICQ, Yahoo!, Jabber).

PC-to-PC calls are Hi-Fi quality and use several codecs such as ILBC, PCMA, PCMU, AMR, AMR-WB and GSM.

* The Session Initiation Protocol (SIP) can be used to create two-party, multiparty, or multicast sessions that include Internet telephone calls, multimedia distribution, and multimedia conferences.

 QuteCom 2.2.1

Price
Free to download

Size
-
License

GNU GPL

Developer
OpenWengo - a community of enthusiasts and developers

Website
www.qutecom.org

System Requirements
x86 compatible CPU
Linux Kernel v2.6 or later
ALSA audio subsystem

Qt 4.1.1
The Boost Libraries 1.33.1

Support:
Documentation, FAQ, Mailing Lists

Selected Reviews:
Free Software Magazine, Softpedia

Features include:

  • Attractive user interface
  • Audio and video calls
  • Instant messaging with AIM, Yahoo, ICQ, Jabber and GTalk
  • Secure PC to PC calls using sRTP
  • SIP compliance
  • Provider agnostic
  • Allows users to send SMS to France
  • NAT traversal
  • Audio smileys

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