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Get Free Calls With VoIP Applications On Android

We know that the arrival of internet has changed everything, has been a revolution and has also forced to evolve the way people enjoy and understand everything around us. Now no one completes their work for school or college without the help of the internet. We are also surprised that now we can do those work easily on which parents used to spend a lot of time, for example finding a bank or in an unfamiliar area. is something we can now do without any effort involved before an ordeal.

What I have never imagined that even settled industries such as film or music would change so much to survive after advent of the internet Nor thought that a so controlled sector such as the telephone and communications could be replaced with a simple application.

VoIP systems have not yet spread to the masses completely. But the growth is continuous and slowly we are getting new applications that offer the possibility to make free VoIP calls.

Here we present two applications that generate most traffic call in Android. These two applications permit us to make free VoIP calls to communicate with our contacts

Skype for Android

It is the mirror in which everyone is looking mainly because it has launched the service on both PCs and other devices, and secondly because its acquisition by Microsoft and its subsequent agreement with Facebook, made it a diamond in the rough with much to offer and little to ask.

It is Available for free in the Android Market and works for Android 2.1 or greater, Skype allows you to send text messages and make VoIP calls for free. The video call in this case is not available in some specific regions, so if you need is this option, you might want to use another application.

Best of all, you do not need to go to the application each time you want to use the service and its integration with other applications gives us the option to call other contacts with Skype directly.

Viber for Android

One of the eternal arguments of the struggle between IOS and Android users was based on two unique applications for Apple phone’s: WhatsApp and Viber. WhatsApp is mainly used for text messages, whereas Viber is used to make free VoIP calls.

However, recently these arguments were broken, with the two applications making the jump to Google’s Android Market. The case before us, Viber is available to users with Android 2.0 systems, and can be downloaded for free from the Android Market.

Its installation and subsequent operation is very simple. The only thing we have to do is enter phone number and then we are ready to call.

Written By

This Guest Post is composed by Greg Salter who is regularly writing about techniques to update android phones. He is also well-equipped about the knowledge of rooting android mobiles.



  1. Amanda

    February 7, 2012 at 9:45 am

    Most of all I like Skype. I consider it as the easiest and the most useful tool for communication between people all over the world

  2. Melissa

    February 7, 2012 at 7:10 pm

    Skype is the most popular program all over the world. People use it to call their friends and relatives in different countries and to communicate with them

  3. Danny

    February 8, 2012 at 9:37 am

    Yes skype is the most well-known and I find personally the best. But I do not see being bought by Microsoft as a good thing. If anything I’ve had more trouble with Skype as of late. And Microsoft bought it for a lot of money so they want to get that back someway.

    I live on the other side of the world of my parents and we skype sometimes but the quality is not always very good, but recently my mom installed skype on her phone and the quality is much better than with the pc.

    But you have to be careful what is in the contract of your cell phone provider. many do not allow voip on 3g. Wifi is fine though.

  4. Ms Amyl

    February 8, 2012 at 3:53 pm

    I agree with Danny, it’s not a good thing Microsoft bought Skype. But Viber’s call quality is poor. I use WhatsApp all the time though, to keep in touch with my boyfriend behind my husband’s back :)) I know, I know… but what’s a girl to do when the chemistry just ain’t there after all those years?

    Thanks for the post,
    Ms Amyl

  5. mobilech

    February 21, 2012 at 9:12 pm

    Hi Greg,
    Skype and Viber are definitely the best in terms of the free calls pc to pc, but I wonder if these two applications permit us to make free VoIP calls, what is the trick? We all nowadays there there is nothing for free. So, what is the price for the “free calls”? Where are the fine prints?

  6. Rita Dawson

    May 10, 2012 at 7:46 am

    The sound of Free calls get me the thought of Skype. And Skype for Android sounds great! I just love both Skype and Android! When I get both together in one, it’s really going to be awesome.

  7. Kevin

    July 19, 2013 at 4:27 pm

    You should give a try to Line app, It also helps us to make voice calls over the internet and the best part is that it makes decent quality voice calls, even in 2G networks.

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