iSoftPhone
iSoftPhone 3.5050
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iSoftPhone is an easy-to-use Internet phone for OS X; it uses VoIP to provide full compatibility and crystal-clear voice quality in an attractively sleek interface. The quick one-step configuration will allow you to get talking to other users in seconds. iSoftPhone is integrated with the OS X address book to make calls and manage contacts.Simply dial the number of the person you wish to talk with or select them from the Contacts to call. Create private telephone networks by using the option to add multiple SIP providers.With conference calling, voicemail, SMS, call recording and many
What's New
Version 3.5050: Release notes were unavailable when this listing was updated.
Requirements
Intel, OS X 10.7 or later





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iSoftPhone User Discussion (Write a Review)
ver. 3.x:
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polocanada commented on 03 Nov 2012
The developer has spent a lot of effort with making unique interface (= applicaiton overdesign). It doesn't necessarily mean the unique interface is an easy to use one. It could have been better left alone (keep it simple).

However I deleted the app because I wasn't able to get consistent connectivity with Callcentric. Most of the times it can establish connection to Callcentric but sometimes it can't.

I haven't tried other SIP providers so I won't rate this software but right now I can't give it more than 3 stars at max.
[Version 3.4136]


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zitronenmelissa reviewed on 12 Aug 2011
I tested iSoftphone with the VOIP Data of my DSL/Telephone Provider at home on a MacBook Pro.
The setup is very easy with some features, but not overloaded. It uses ~ 22 MB RAM running in the background/menubar. It works very well with a Headset or with Speaker and build in Microphone.
+1: It´s runs very stable & smooth.
+1: It´s multilanguage.
-1: I don´t like the GUI that much, but this is not important : )

5 stars ***** for a great working App!

by the way: the connection/phone quality always depends on your provider and of course on the right login data ; )
[Version 3.0101]


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Skeller reviewed on 22 Jul 2011
Easy set-up. Integrated with Adress Book.app
Couldn't move the main window to my second screen
[Version 3.0005]


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JetsSetter reviewed on 12 Apr 2011
Appendix iSoftPhone, displays communicate at a distance of a whole new level. With it, users will not only make calls via IP-telephony, but also save the address book in OS X phone numbers, and even data on all recipients. The latter feature is particularly useful if iSoftPhone used by companies to communicate with customers. In this case, all the details of cooperation can be checked in the computer.

If a person is already working with voice over IP-based, it is only necessary to configure it to work with iSoftPhone.

To make calls, you only need an Internet connection. Calls from one computer to another - for free and communicate with subscribers of fixed and mobile payment is still required. (However, these calls can be made free of charge, if such record numbers as users of IP-telephony.)

ISoftPhone application also features an integrated Bonjour technology from Apple. It identifies other iSoftPhone users in the LAN, with whom you can communicate without the mediation communications provider IP-based.

Client iSoftPhone adds IP-based Unified Communications Cisco Unified Communications, contributing to a more productive business communication with each other and with clients.

I want to emphasize that the program iSoftPhone is the best of its kind!

Thanks to the developers for a worthy product!

Best Regards Vitaly!
[Version 3.0005]


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MR.MM reviewed on 02 Feb 2011
This is a snap to set up and works great with voip.ms on 10.6 where X-Lite was crackling like mad. And not as clunky. I like how the interface is relatively compact (ahem, Skype?). It would be awesome to be able to shrink it down even more in the "floating" view. Loads of truly useful features. Couple more codecs would be a bonus.
[Version 2.8020]


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Libertyforall1776 commented on 02 Dec 2010
Still not 64-bit...
[Version 2.8015]

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GeoProf replied on 15 Jan 2011
Libertyforall1776, I've been defending you and your obsession with 64-bit architecture for almost a year now, and in the process I’ve drawn a lot of fire from all those obnoxiously arrogant 'IT-Guy' d1ckheads whose responses to your multitude of posts crapping on every app that has updated without upgrading have exhibited way too much joy in smacking you down.

And so, I’d be thrilled if you'd do a little research on this issue, if only to disabuse yourself of the notion that moving to a 64-bit architecture will dramatically benefit all or even most applications. In fact, 64-bit will only speed up certain types of computation, and even those are unlikely to gain much more than 20% or so. Of course, there are some that will benefit substantially — as long as your definition of 'substantial' is no more ambitious than 35%. But a lot of apps that can benefit a lot already have made the change, simply because sticking with 32-bit after 64-bit became the norm would’ve been tantamount to chucking money out the window (and into your competitor's window).

I realize I just laid on you basically the same turd as those flatbutts did repeatedly over the last year, with the only notable distinction being that I didn't throw it at your face angrily. But sometimes the only way to tell your friends from your enemies is to take note of the ones who aren't laughing while they piss on you.
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Libertyforall1776 replied on 17 Mar 2011
Apple lays out the benefits of 64-bit apps, and NO it is NOT just about memory! Check it out. Besides, anyone can change a 64-bit app to run in 32-bit mode by doing a Get Info on the app and making the change! The option should be in the hands of the end-user.
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PorkPieHat replied on 18 Mar 2011
Yes, once an app has been rewritten in 64-bits, it can easily be switched back to 32-bits in the Get Info dialog. But, 1) MOST APPS WON'T BENEFIT FROM 64-BITS AT ALL OR ANY MORE THAN 5-10%; and 2) REWRITING AN APP IN 64-BITS IS NO SIMPLE TASK, not by a long shot. It can take hundreds of expensive man hours and cost tens of thousands of dollars — and it will make next to NO DIFFERENCE for most apps, especially prior to the day when Apple upgrades all the other parts of the OS and its major frameworks to 64-bits!

Furthermore, no matter how many gigantic, boldfaced, neon colored warnings a developer posts on his app's ReadMe, in its MacUpdate.com post, or even within the app itself, to instruct users who don't have 64-bit CPUs to change that app back to 32-bits in the Get Info dialog, you know there will be hundreds and even thousands of unsavvy folks out there who won't figure that out or who will simply get angry at discovering that their Mac doesn't run in 64-bit mode, and I wouldn't want to be the developer of the app that illustrated that to them. For that reason alone, I don't fault makers of low-complexity app that won't benefit from 64-bits for not rewriting them until it's finally necessary because Apple releases a thoroughly 64-bit ONLY operating system that fully supports it.
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Thecap replied on 10 Sep 2011
It seems that many people aren't getting one point: Even if most single applications won't benefit from going 64bit, if ALL applications went 64bit you'd save a bunch of memory by not having to load the 32bit AND 64bit verions of all libraries into memory.
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Rangdrol commented on 25 Aug 2010
Really bad sound quality, so bad that most people complain and ask me to call back.

Also, I can't dial normal extensions, sometimes I can change a codec to PCMA or something like that on the list and then it helps but then it seems that this particular function has nothing to do with being able to dial extensions. I spent a half hour trying to call my medical clinic this morning.

Also the customer service bites. John Seehy seems to be the only English speaking guy because someone else mentions him in the comments.

What a waste of money! Too bad because its a nice design but it really doesnt work well. Who can have an SIP/VOIP phone that doesn't allow you to dial extensions????
[Version 2.7064]


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Jozgta reviewed on 27 Jul 2010
I like this app (and even purchased a license) but it is not working as well (for me) as X-Lite beta. Once connected, bits and pieces for the conversation go missing or are delayed, and typing in e.g. a conference ID (DTMF codes) rarely results in the other end deducting the right digits from the tones. Not reliable enough for me...
[Version 2.7064]


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Thedonsmith reviewed on 21 Feb 2010
MY VOIP provider included Counterpath's Eyebeam product. It was good, but then I found the iSoftPhone. I use it in the office, when I travel, in airports, hotels, everywhere. The integration with address book really sets it apart form the competition. It looks great and works even better.

There is one feature that I have requested. A key that will substitute for a # key. I do a lot conference calls that require everyone to login and that nearly always requires a #key. Other than that, this is the best product.
[Version 2.7032]


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Zunga reviewed on 20 Nov 2009
This new version rocks. I've tried the app in its early stages, but I was really disappointed. Since then the voice's quality has improved, as have the semplicity of use and the options. Plus, the price has dropped down. I've contacted the developer in order to ask for a cross-grade from eyeBeam (that's the commercial version of X-Lite, we have 7 licenses running) and he offered me a 25% discount, besides the normal "quantity" discount you can obtain on the site if you buy more than one copy of iSoftphone. I've also tried SJphone and Express Talk, and - as far as I can say - this is the one and only app developed with the Mac user in mind.
[Version 2.6070]


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karl brown had trouble on 28 Feb 2007
i just downloaded the app to test it but it crashes every time i try to open it on my powerbook 12" g4 running tiger ????
[Version 1.0034]



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jovanmac rated on 29 Nov 2013

[Version 3.5045]



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Norz rated on 30 Nov 2011

[Version 3.2]



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Widber rated on 17 Nov 2011

[Version 3.2]



+8

Widber rated on 17 Mar 2011

[Version 3.0005]


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License:Demo
Date:04 Dec 2013
Platform:Intel 32 / OS X
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iSoftPhone is an easy-to-use Internet phone for OS X; it uses VoIP to provide full compatibility and crystal-clear voice quality in an attractively sleek interface. The quick one-step configuration will allow you to get talking to other users in seconds. iSoftPhone is integrated with the OS X address book to make calls and manage contacts.Simply dial the number of the person you wish to talk with or select them from the Contacts to call. Create private telephone networks by using the option to add multiple SIP providers.With conference calling, voicemail, SMS, call recording and many more features, iSoftPhone is the client of choice for OS X.


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