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About this app

Free SIP/VoIP Client

The app routes calls dialed from your phone's built-in contacts app to VoIP. In settings you can choose when to use VoIP and when to make standard phone calls, based on being logged in to Wifi, and/or based on number prefixes. Visit for more info.

For optimal battery usage reserve a free VoIP PBX on, and manage your SIP trunks using a web browser.

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May 9, 2022

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Data is encrypted in transit
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Ratings and reviews

11K reviews
July 25, 2021
What I like about this app is how it integrates with my contacts. The app gives me the option to dial a contact either from my cell phone or through my VoIP via the app - very cool! However, I have to subtract 3 stars because on the latest version which I installed there is no keypad, and all the other tabs for call Log, contacts, and groups are also missing. 3rd UPDATE: just tried reinstalling the app again but the same problems remain. Had to return back to ZoiPer.
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February 1, 2022
I've been testing SIP Phone Apps and was pleasantly surprised with this one. It's got a very low background battery usage and has been reliable out of the box. It's been reliable on a cruise, switching from wlan to mobile. Love it! Ultimately for me, it should get Push and multi accounts with seperate RingTones. Then it will take the lead.
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Jean-Marie Larchevêque
December 18, 2021
Rule-based approach to selecting carrier is cryptic. It will route any call you make through a voip, even if my regular phone would serve better. CSipSimple, which can't be installed any more, gave you interactively the choice of carrier at the time of a call. There is no better way.
5 people found this review helpful
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What's new

Security fix in codecs
Android 12 compatibility