VoX Seeks Apple Approval for its iPhone Mobile Video and VoIP App
VoX’s new mobile VoIP and video calling application will be available in the Apple iTunes digital store.
VoX Communications, a cloud-based voice and video communications solutions, apps and services provider, has submitted its highly anticipated mobile VoIP and video calling application to the Apple iTunes digital store.
VoX's Chief Information Officer Mark Richards said in a statement,” With the VoX App, you can call video to video in a cross-platform environment; you do not need to know if the other person has an iPhone or an Android phone. We hope to have approval from Apple within the next week, so that it will be available in the iTunes digital store to approximately 500 million global subscribers.”
VoX’s new mobile VoIP and video calling application are similar to the Android App and can be subscribed to on an iPhone or iPad; users can then choose a U.S. phone number without leaving the interface. It makes the signup process more elegant than what many of its competitors offer.
The new subscribers will be allowed to download the app for a free, 60-minute trial and make calls to any country on the unlimited calling list, or sign up for the “Pay And Go” plan for as little as one dollar.
“We fully expect iPhone users will experience the high quality levels that we have achieved with our Android app, which is highly ranked in the both the Google Play Store and Samsung App Store,” said Richards. “We have also enabled both our Android and iPhone apps to be ‘topped up’ – using our newly launched VoX mobile calling cards. We intend to release both iPhone and Android specific top-up cards in the coming weeks to the retail stores.”
Edited by Rory J. Thompson