If you’ve had a GrandCentral account for a while and enjoyed giving out one phone number that would ring all your phones-even your cell phone-but feared the service would be left to die by its Google overlords: cast aside your fears. Sometime today, your GrandCentral account should morph into Google Voice
New features abound. Foremost among them will be the ability to make calls out through Google Voices. It’s free to U.S. numbers and will save you a bundle on international calls in particular. The pricing will be similar to that of Skype Out, such as $0.02 per minute to call France or China. It can also handle conference calls. The old GrandCentral was strictly for calls in to you, so this could go a long way to making it easier for your friends and family to always call you back through your Google Voice number.
AppVee is new website for iPhone apps review. Inside you can find iPhone apps separated in categoryes and every entry is associated with screenshots, video reviews, user reviews, recommendations, and real analysis.
After Skype 4 beta for windows, the VoIP software is coming with the Skype Mobile Beta for mobile devices. As you see is great design, photos made by symbianv3.
Please follow instructions below to download and install the latest version of SkypeSync.
Skype 4.0 the next version for the VOIP software. There are a lot of changes in this version and with peer-to-peer technology is that the entire experience is now centered around conversations and managing those conversations, whether those are with groups or individuals. Skype 4.0 lets you import contacts from Outlook, Outlook Express, Hotmail and Yahoo Mail. (No Gmai)
Is a new version 3.8 of Skype for Windows. You can download for free from Skype.com. More focus on this new version is given to Sound Quality (Significantly reduced background noise, less delay, fewer call drops and cut-outs) and a easy way to change your headset, headphones or microphone without having to touch your settings.