New Voice Calling Service for iPod touch and iPhone to be Launched by Pinger
Pinger, the leading application developer for various mobile phone devices is working on developing a new voice calling service especially devised for iPod touch and iPhone. With this new app, Pinger will throw a straight way competition to Skype and other app developers as its services are expected to be free or low-cost.
Textfree application is one such application that has been developed by Pinger and is extremely popular amongst the users as it provides a free phone number along with texting services. Success rate of this application is clear, with the data being downloaded eight million times.
Supported by Silicon Valley based venture capital firm, Kleiner Perkins Caufield & Byers, Pinger, in recent years has emerged as one of the leading application developers across the globe.
In the next few days, Pinger will launch the beta testing for the application that will allow users to call from the phone numbers that have been allotted by the service provider. These calls would be based on Internet protocol (VoIP) technology and the user of Pinger’s service will be able to make calls anywhere in the states.
As expected, all incoming calls would be free. This app has been specially developed for the WiFi-only iPod touch, which will let the users make calls from their music player.