5 thoughts on “Vopium, Yet Another VoIP App for Your iPhone”

  1. Hopefully iPhone 3.0 will allow background tasks which would enable everyday usability for these VoIP apps that iPhone offers. The fact that these apps only work in the foreground still has me turning to my PC for VoIP calls. I thought things would change with the introduction of Skype to iPhone. Yet my use of it so far has mostly remained a phone book since it has launched. (Last I tried, the bluetooth headset doesn’t even work with Skype iPhone calls). What will be most interesting and exciting is if iPhone 3.0 has the forward facing camera. Then we would have a real and practical video phone network here in the US.

    – Jason Nadaf

  2. i felt the same way about “background task” when i was listening to yahoo launch cast radio and wanted to check news feeds … felt pretty absurd. i wonder y apple limited iphone capabilities in certain aspect .. is it because they would do those in the upgraded version and make early adopter switch to the new one and also part with some hard cash?

    1. I would imagine that whatever the logic was, the logic was similar for the iPhone having a lame 2.0 megapixel camera and small 8gb/16gb hard drive. I am sure Om would have better insight into this.

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