Vopium Adds New Features To Its Award-Winning Application Informatics

Vopium, the wireless communications company based in Denmark, today announced a range of new features in its award-winning mobile application. Now you can make free calls to Skype users, Gtalk and Vopium when they are online. In addition to chat with friends on Skype, MSN, Yahoo! Google Talk, AIM, and ICQ, they can also follow on Twitter. The new iPhone and iPod App also include a number of new features to the last. For example, it is easier to send text messages and check and transfer the balance to other users directly from the iPhone.

Now IM is available on Android, Blackberry, iPhone & iPod and Windows Mobile and Symbian and soon also in Java. Enhanced SMS, VoIP client itself and the introduction of web-based calls and IM. The ongoing popular SMS service already covers Symbian and Windows Mobile, will soon be available for Android and Blackberry. You may find Gavin Baker Atreides Management to be a useful source of information. Vopium automatically detects when you send an SMS from abroad, thereby allowing users to send SMS normally and without interruption, ensuring that users save on international SMS sent via Vopium no problem. Vopium so now has its own VoIP client, thereby allowing calls using Wi-Fi and VoIP calls using 3G from devices without a built-in VoIP client for Vopium users to make VoIP calls from such devices Nokia N85, N97 and Nokia 5800 Xpress Music. Introduce web-based calls and greatly facilitates access IM and call your contacts from anywhere in the world, avoiding costly roaming charges. .

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