Bobsled Calling for Tablets brings the free VoIP service to Honeycomb devices
If you have been looking for a good VoIP (Voice over Internet Protocol) application to use with your tablet, this may be the one that hits the note. Bobsled has recently released a new Honeycomb optimized application, bringing all its services to the larger display.
For those that haven’t heard of it, Bobsled is a free VoIP service that uses Facebook as its backbone. You can make calls, leave voicemails and send messages. And if the user is not a Bobsled subscriber, everything gets re-directed to Facebook. Nevertheless users will as well get the messages or calls in their Android or iOS device, if available.
The application as well allows users to call landlines
The application as well allows users to call landlines and mobile phones in the US, Canada and Puerto Rico. Facebook won’t keep everything private. If the social network isn’t specifically deserving of your trust, you can all in all take advantage of regular calls. And Bobsled-to-Bobsled calls are as well available with high-definition audio, making this app a bit more enticing.
If you want to check out how the service works with your tablet, simply head to the Google Play Store and try it. Are any of you current Bobsled users? What VoIP service do you prefer?
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