Just download the app and configure your Android phone number, Callcentric username and password, and you're ready to start calling. When you place a call from the app you will first receive a callback to your regular Android phone number, and when you answer your Android you will be connected to the party you dialed.
• Traveling overseas?
In many places around the world you can obtain a local SIM card either for your un-locked Android or a pre-paid and cheap GSM mobile phone. In many countries inbound calls to your mobile number are free, and by combining this with the Callcentric app you can place calls back home or worldwide for much lower rates than roaming with your phone, placing calls from your hotel, or even using a locally obtained SIM card.
• Use it from other phones!
You can even set a different phone number than your Android phone number in the Callcentric app, and the number you enter will be called first to initiate your call. For example, perhaps you're staying at a friends house and want to place a call that doesn't get charged to their phone? Simply enter the phone number of your friends home phone in the app, and you can initiate a call that will first ring your friends phone, and then when you answer connect you to the party you want to call, all without your friend receiving any charges on their bill.
• Even call Callcentric 1777xxxxxxx numbers!
Using the Callcentric app you can call any other Callcentric customers 1777xxxxxxx number, even if they don't have a "real" phone number. You can also place calls to other VoIP networks using Callcentric and SIP Broker.
• See your Callcentric account balance anytime
Your Callcentric account balance is always shown within the Callcentric Android app.
• Dial as you wish
You can dial manually from the keypad, from your recent call history, or by using the contacts on your Android.
• Want to use Callcentric directly over VoIP from your Android?
There are many 3rd party apps available for the Android that will allow you to use your Callcentric account over Wi-Fi or 3G data and place calls using VoIP softphones.
• A note about charges:
Please note that regular data charges may apply if using the Callcentric app over a cellular data network (2G / 3G), and regular call charges will be applied by your cellular carrier for receiving inbound calls to your Android or the number you enter as "My Number" in your settings. Calls placed from the Callcentric Android app will incur 2 charges on your Callcentric account: 1 for the call to your Android or number you enter as "My Number", and the 2nd for the call placed to the person you are calling, both at standard Callcentric rates.
• Note to Verizon / Sprint / CDMA network based Android customers:
The Callcentric Android app uses data to communicate with the Callcentric network. CDMA networks (Verizon/Sprint in the USA) don't support using data (2G / 3G) and voice simultaneously unless you are connected to a Wi-Fi network. Because of this, CDMA Android customers may have difficulty using the Callcentric app, especially if you are using it while not connected to Wi-Fi AND while in a 2G (1XRTT) data coverage area.
*** If you have any problem with the callback then please place a quick call on the official site to check it: http://google.com/voice/m
The callback can be redirected to all popular SIP clients (Sipdroid, Fring, ...) on your device to make calls over the internet or you can combine a virtual phone number + SIP (like Callcentric) to make free calls.
To configure/modify callback numbers you need to login to your Google Voice account in a browser.
This application uses minimal memory and resources, no voicemail/SMS/alert/notification support.
A tip to combine SIP and a U.S. virtual phone number to setup the Google Voice callback:
- Create a SIP (VOIP) account. (e.g. select one from http://mobilevoip.com/supported_brands)
- Create a U.S. virtual phone number and add the new SIP account. (e.g. www.callcentric.com)
- Add the new virtual phone number to your Google account here: http://www.google.com/voice
- Install a SIP client to your phone and setup SIP account. (e.g. SipDroid)
- Login in Voice+ and make a call from the dialer or contact list and choose the phone number for callback.
This application provides a chat mechanism wherein the typed text is converted into speech before sending it to the call receiver.
1. Text box to type the message along with the send button.
2. Replay message button to loop through the most recent typed messages.
3. Three Preset buttons to store most frequently used messages.
Detailed information can be found here: http://talk2allapp.wix.com/talk2all
SIP account from Callcentric is verified. Sign up at http://www.callcentric.com/?aid=172861
Source code for this app is available under GPLv3 license. Pls visit website for details.
After downloading and installing the Original Voice Dialer, open the application and follow the simple wizard to set-up the Original Voice Dialer:
VoIP Calls via Wifi, 3G / 4G, edge or UMTS.
You will just need to select the Contact you want to call or enter the number manually in the DialPad. The Original Voice Dialer will take it from here.
The same Original Voice dialer low rates for international calling apply if you use the Original Voice dialer.
If a data connection is available the application might require a minimum amount of data traffic to update from time to time.
•Call from Android phone native Contacts
This app is the start of a replacement for Google's MyGlass app. Nothing special needs to be installed on your glass. This app talks directly over Bluetooth to your glasses.
You can send messages, take screenshots, and get device information.
I have added a "Send to Glass" option when sharing content on your phone so it can be sent directly to glass.
Source code: https://github.com/ieee8023/JoeGlass
Visit my website: http://josephpcohen.com/
This application provides ability to order callback via internet or SMS with often more suitable and friendly prices.
The main functions of Odorik callback app:
* callback to number
* callback to Skype login
* direct call (GSM) via your actual operator
* redirect and call (GSM) with using of self public Odorik phone number (suitable for calling to abroad)
* call route management on self public Odorik phone number (for call routing and parallel ringing features)
* order callback via Internet data connectivity(Odorik API)
* order callback via SMS (when you simply have not Internet access)
* defined behavior of app when the selected method has failed (app will connect you with callee using alternative call method)
When you make order a callback via SMS then the prices are according to your actual mobile operator.
The tutorial and how-to you can find there [CZ]:
More about prices of calling over Odorik mobile operator you can find on www.odorik.cz.
Odorik callback is official application of odorik.cz (miniTEL s.r.o.)
Setting were optimized for use with Sipmobile domain. However it can be used with any compatible SIP provider.
The source can be downloaded here: http://www.sipmobile.org/downloads/sipmobile.tar.gz
Online and offline messages;
Push notifications for longer battery life;
Secure communications with cryptographic software;
Supports modern codecs (Opus, WP8) for better audio/video quality;
Compatible with Sipmobile WebPhone.
Inside Sipmobile domain you can use Self-Administration service.
This service allows you:
view recent calls;
use click-to-dial service;
manage voicemail (Voice mail number is 2000);
maintain your address book;
set call barring for incoming and outgoing calls;
set your personal alarms;
manage your account password.
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