Vopium, the Danish based mobile communications company, has today announced a range of new features to its award winning Mobile Application.
Now it’s possible to make FREE calls to Skype, Gtalk and Vopium users when they are online.
Besides chatting with friends on Skype, MSN, Yahoo! Google Talk, AIM, and ICQ, one can also follow them on Twitter.
The new iPhone and iPod App also includes a number of cool new features.
For example it is easier to send text messages and check and transfer balance to other users directly from the iPhone.
Instant Messaging is now available on Android, Blackberry, iPhone & iPod and Windows Mobile and will be released for Symbian and Java in the coming days.
Improved SMS, own VOIP client and introduction of web based calls and IM.
Already covering Symbian and Windows Mobile, the popular seamless SMS service will be available on Android & Blackberry soon.
Vopium automatically detects when an SMS is being sent abroad, enabling users to send SMS normally and smoothly without changing the way the messages are sent, ensuring users great savings on international SMS sent via Vopium without any hassle.
Vopium also now has its own VoIP client, allowing Wi-Fi calls and 3G VoIP calls on devices without an embedded VoIP client, allowing Vopium users to make VoIP calls on handsets like e.g. Nokia N85, N97 and Nokia 5800 Xpress Music.
Introduction of web based calls and IM makes it very easy to access and call your contacts everywhere in the world, avoiding expensive roaming charges.
Users can log on to any PC/Web browser from anywhere in the world and access their mobile and IM contacts. Users can also receive incoming calls from other Vopium users 100% free.
Vopium is available across 47 countries in all major territories including the United States and Canada, Europe and Asia Pacific.
Unlike more restrictive mobile VoIP solutions, Vopium supports more than 600 handsets and is certified by Java, Symbian, RIM, Windows Mobile and Apple.