Goober network launches free VoIP & chat apps for iPhone & iPod Touch

VoIP services Goober Network is announce nowadays that it will start Internet voice calling and immediate messenger apps for both the iPhone and iPod Touch. The Dover, Del.- based company said the free apps are available to download nowadays from the iTunes AppStore. The Goober VoIP (voice over internet protocol) lets people make local and international calls via Wi-Fi or a 3G network for as little as 1 cent a minute. Goober VoIP users prepay directly via their iPhone at flat-rate fees and so aren’t charged any money on their mobile phone carrier’s bill. The first 2minutes are free for calls worldwide.

Goober network launches
Goober Networks aim is to join communications, including instant messaging, voice and video chat, across all devices, said Peter Uhlich, chief executive. These 2free apps bring the company a step earlier to that goal. The chat system lets users send immediate messages to friends, family and business colleagues via the iPhone. Goober chat is friendly with other IM apps such as GoogleTalk, MSN, ICQ, and Jabber.

As well, the Goober apps give users access to the Goober Webfolder, which let users manage, download and edit their data from some location, anytime.

The company was founded in 2006 and has 25 workers. It has raise $8 million to date from secret sources. Rivals include a host of big companies: Google, MSN, ICQ, Skype, Jabber and others. The apps have been out for a while and have been signing up about 1,000 users a day. The company only started talk about the app publicly nowadays.

For More Information On Compare VoIP providers Please Visit This Site: VoIP phone services