Audio4fun’s Voice Changer Software is the one and only application out there that helps you manipulate voices and sounds perfectly. Let’s discover how it turns soulless “canned” audio into rich, natural, and vivid outputs.
Most of you pick it to play with your voices and enjoy “multi-personality” moments in your cyber life. But Voice Changer Software is more than that. It is a full-featured, powerful audio editor and morpher, utilizing cutting edge technology and lightning fast algorithms, yet it takes you through a considerably lower learning curve.
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This Audio4fun program is one of only a few 2-dimensional real-time voice changers. You will find it compatible with many popular instant messengers, PC-to-phone applications, online role playing games, media players, etc. You can change any voice or sound file on your PC to make new, impressive audio clips and ringtones. Voice Changer Software is also an economical tool for voice mails, voice over, voice dubbing for documentaries and industrial movies, on-hold advertising, multimedia presentations, websites, games, radio and TV commercials, audio-books, etc. Supporting virtually all audio formats, Voice Changer Software is quite practical and fun to use!
Using Voice Changer Software’s various presets are quite simple to apply: audio effects, “nickvoices”, and equalizer settings are all just a mouse-click away. Also, you have more control over the software, such as excluding certain parts of an audio stream, or switching voice settings in real time, or managing your “nickvoice” effects, or saving your equalizer settings. You can also download numerous plug-in packages from the Audio4fun website.
Featuring a professional-looking interface and several powerful sub-modules, Voice Changer Software is the perfect audio morphing program. Users who take the time to explore the depths of its rich features will find an unending choice of impressive effects. For some newer users, it might take a while before they can achieve the output they desire, as they learn the limits and lengths to which the program can alter their files. However, the bottom line is that anyone will find that Voice Changer Software is a great value for the money. For more information, please visit http://www.audio4fun.com/voice-changer.htm
Exclusively useful features
Friendly with almost any environment
Hundreds of presets and “nickvoices”
Works in both real time and offline
A little complicated for newbies
The first outputs might not fully meet your requirements
This software will help you transform your voice, from voice to voice, son, daughter, and vice versa, plus many special effects biet.No can be used to capture the voices of famous people there too. you can use it to record with great vocals or charming you are with your chat. Have fun. (^. ^)
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Voice Changer Software Features
Change voice in real-time and in online games, add background effects, create robot voices or animal sounds, etc.
Quickly and easily make voice-overs, voice parodies, or for fun chatting, song remixing, voice messaging, voice greetings, etc.
Work well with many common online games, VoIP and instant messaging applications
Batch file morphing module: Convert file format and apply voice changing settings to a group of files in one process Fully compatible with Windows 7
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If you own an iPhone 5, you probably use it to stay in touch with all of your international contacts. International texting on iPhone 5 is easy and inexpensive, and so is international calling on iPhone 5 if you know which apps to use.
Apps for International Calling and Texting on iPhone 5
Google voice has good rates for international calling on iPhone 5. You can have your voicemails transcribed, and there are other features that make this a nice, well rounded app. Call Voice Changer. Unfortunately, it doesn’t work outside the US.
Rebtel allows extremely inexpensive international texting on iPhone 5 as well as cheap international calls. You can even communicate for free over wifi if the person you are calling also has the Rebtel app, Call Voice Changer, even if they have a different type of device.
MilliTalk is an app that basically adds an extra line to your iPhone 5 by creating a special number for you, and allows cheap international calling and texting. You can buy credits or sign up for a plan using the app. Call Voice Changer
TextNow + Voice is another app that allows international calling and texting and is ad supported instead of requiring a monthly commitment or credits, although you can skip ads by paying $5.99 a month for unlimited texting and calls. It also has a dedicated phone number and voicemail.
Textie Messaging works differently from other iTouch texting apps; instead of assigning you a phone number, the app uses your email address so when your recipient receives a text, your email address will be displayed in the "from" line. You can still receive messages right to the app, use push notifications, and send one text to multiple recipients. Call Voice Changer
iMessage – Perfect for iProduct Families
A lot of people love that iPhone has stepped up their game and provided a feature that used to be available only to Blackberry users – an internal messaging system! iMessage allows you to send unlimited texts over wifi for free using iMessage, and is built into the messages app, so there’s no need to purchase or activate this feature.
Of course, iMessage is only free if using wifi and sending messages to other iPhone users with iMessage on their phones. If you have access to wifi and both you and the person you are wishing to text have iMessage, this is a great option. If you want to engage in international texting on iPhone 5 with someone who does not have an iPhone, however, an app like Rebtel that works on iPhones, Android devices and Windows phones is a better choice.
If you’re looking for Samsung’s new Galaxy S4 to define a novel new era of smartphone greatness, it’s time to temper your expectations. The brand-new flagship smartphone, which runs the latest Android 4.2.2 Jelly Bean, improves hardware significantly and it piles on the features. Compared with the extremely successful Galaxy S3 that came before, it’s a firm stride forward rather than a giant a leap, but it raises the bar again for Samsung’s competitors. And by super-sizing the screen and packing in so much specialized software, the GS4 sets itself even farther apart from the iPhone. http://moodle-efn.unc.edu.ar/user/profile.php?id=55245
The Galaxy S4 handset steadily draws from the same design language as the S3, but takes almost every spec to an extreme — the screen is larger (5 inches), the resolution greater (1080p), the battery capacity higher (2,600mAh), the processor faster (1.9GHz quad-core or 1.6GHz octa-core), and the rear-facing camera stuffed with more megapixels (13, to be exact). But, once you’ve gone through the features checklist (which also includes lots of internal and external storage space and RAM), it’s the software extras that Samsung continues to lean on to keep its phones one step ahead of the competition.
The problem is, based on my brief time with the Galaxy S4, very few of the extensive list of enhancements stood out as a killer, must-have, cannot-possibly-live-without feature. The TV control app that works with the IR blaster is perhaps one exception (the HTC One has this, too), as are a handy translation tool and eye-tracking and gesture capabilities that allow you to pause a video when you stop paying attention and let you hover your finger over an item to preview what it is. Many other software additions are semi-interesting ideas that some power users may enjoy once they’ve figured them out, but which will hardly convince a prospective buyer to pick the GS4 over, for instance, the HTC One, Nokia Lumia 920, or iPhone 5.
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After using the device at a briefing (along with several other journalists), I do think that Samsung has accomplished what it’s set out to do in pushing its Galaxy brand forward. Fans will find a familiar, appealing smartphone that’s packed with hardware and software features — albeit more than one person would ever use.
Editors’ note: This analysis is based on my first impressions after using the phone. I’ll continue to update this section as I get more time with the handset after the official launch event, and in the coming weeks and months.
Design and build
At first glance, the Samsung Galaxy S4 looks like a cookie-cutter copy of the GS3, but larger. It has the same rounded edges and narrow physical home button as its predecessor, but at 7.9mm deep (0.31 inch) and 130g (4.6 ounces), it’s also a little lighter and thinner. Part of the slim look and feel is a result of Samsung creating sharper, straighter lines with the phone than the GS3′s subtle curves (the Galaxy line is apparently inspired by nature no more).
Samsung’s new Galaxy S4 features a 5-inch 1080p HD screen and a slightly slimmer, lighter build than its antecedent.
(Credit: Sarah Tew/CNET)
Standing at 136.6mm tall by 68.9mm wide (5.4 inches by 2.7 inches), the Galaxy S4 fits right in between the GS3 and the Galaxy Note phones. It’s large, to be sure — very large — but since I’ve grown used to holding big handsets, it didn’t feel overwhelming in my hands. A more dimpled finish on the white version I held reminded me of the Galaxy S2, in contrast to the GS3′s silky brushed feel. The GS4 also comes in "Black Mist."
While visually appealing, I’ve never seen a Samsung phone that wows me with its finely crafted build quality or materials. The GS4 doesn’t reach the same caliber as the beautiful, all-metal HTC One, nor is it as polished as the iPhone 5. To be fair, that isn’t Samsung’s goal; after all, Samsung has stuck by plastic for a few good reasons, including durability (it won’t smash like glass), manufacturing benefits, and price.
As the rumors and leaks foretold, the GS4 has a 5-inch HD Super AMOLED display with a 1,920×1,080-pixel screen resolution. While it isn’t exactly edge-to-edge, the smaller bezel makes the screen feel more expansive. At full brightness, the display’s 441ppi pixel density looked rich and crisp, but I’ll need to compare it with the BlackBerry Z10, iPhone 5, and others to really get a lock on just how sharp it is. Also, like you’d find in Nokia’s Lumia line, the GS4 uses a highly sensitive screen that lets you navigate with long fingernails or even gloves (a must for cold-weather climates.)
Above the display you’ll find the usual array of sensors and the 2-megapixel front-facing camera lens. There’s no front-facing flash on the GS4 as I would have liked, but that was mostly wishful thinking anyway. Below the screen, you’ll find the solitary physical home button, flanked by capacitive menu and back buttons. On the top of the phone is where you’ll find the IR blaster, which shoots out infrared light to control your TV directly from the handset.
What I really like about this blaster, other than the accompanying app, is that Samsung promises it works for all televisions, not just Samsung TVs. The app will let you control channels and volume, and also play on-demand content through a partner.
Beneath the back panel sits a 2,600mAh battery and a microSD card slot capable of up to 64GB in expandable storage.
(Credit: Sarah Tew/CNET)
On the back, there’s the 13-megapixel camera, a jump up from the GS3′s 8-megapixel lens. Even though the number of megapixels isn’t everything, Samsung has had a good track record with images so far. The shooter has an LED flash and records 1080p HD video.
Beneath the back cover, you’ll find a microSD card slot that can store up to 64GB in external memory, to go along with the 64GB internal storage. There’s also a 2,600mAh battery.
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OS and apps
The Galaxy S4 runs none other than Android 4.2.2 Jelly Bean, the most up-to-date version of Android you can get right now. Riding on top of it as usual is Samsung’s Touch Wiz overlay, a customized interface that I, for one, think is getting a little long in the tooth. Also, keep in mind that the next Android OS, Key Lime Pie, should appear when Google I/O opens on May 15. That’s not far away, so I hope that Samsung and the carriers fast-track the Galaxy S4 for an upgrade.
However, Samsung does use TouchWiz to add a bevy of software enhancements, like gestures, and a beefier notifications tray that offers a ton more toggling options to quickly turn settings on and off. In addition to your usual toggles for Wi-Fi, Bluetooth, and GPS, you’ll also see toggles for call-blocking mode and eye-tracking gestures.
A tiny IR blaster on top turns your GS4 into a remote to control your TV.
(Credit: Sarah Tew/CNET)
To Samsung’s credit, several functional tools carry over from the Galaxy Note 2, including the multiview mode that lets you split the screen to interact with two apps, say the browser and notes.
Once again attempting to out-Google Google, Samsung introduces the S Translator tool, embedding it into e-mail, the ChatOn messenger app, and letting it stand as its own tool. Speaking of ChatOn, the Samsung-built chat app adds three-way video calling, screen-sharing, and video calls that make use of both cameras.
I also like the idea of another new collaborative feature, Group Play. As with some of the GS3′s photo-sharing features, this one rewards GS4 owners by letting them connect (via NFC or Bluetooth) to other Galaxy S4 devices to share music, photos, documents, and even engage in multiplayer games. For the music aspect, envision a whole room full of people playing the same song from their phones: instant surround sound!
As for Group Play games, Gun Bros 2 and Asphalt 7 have been specifically adapted for the GS4. Samsung will release an SDK for other game developers to jump on board with simultaneous, social game play. Good idea? Sure. But without knowing how practical it is to set up and use, the jury is still out.
The Galaxy S4 interface includes a more extensive set of toggle controls in the drop-down menu.
(Credit: Sarah Tew/CNET)
Although I didn’t get a chance to try this next feature during my briefing, I like the idea of an integrated optical reader that can scan QR codes, turn business cards into text, and translate with S Translator. Nothing here is new to smartphones, and OCR (optical character recognition) doesn’t always work, but it’s good to see this sort of behavior brought to the surface.
Now, when Samsung spots a trend, it pounces. Thus the birth of S Health, a calorie-counter/pedometer in one that uses phone sensors like the accelerometer and barometer to track your steps, jogs, hops, jolts, snacks, and perspiration. Combined with one of its new Samsung-branded fitness wrist bands, Samsung is attempting to replace specialized third-party apps that do these functions already.
The problematic S Voice assistant and S Memo note apps are returning programs, along with settings that automatically adjust screen brightness based on the app you’re in. Samsung presents this as a benefit to you, making reading or viewing more comfortable. In the GS3, a dimmer browser window threw me off, and made me think that the screen brightness was severely limited. I assume that, as with the GS3, the GS4 will let you adjust your preferences in various settings menus. The GS4 does the same for audio.
Samsung also announced a new feature for the S4 called Galaxy S Voice Drive. Designed for in-car use, the voice command feature will let drivers use the handset’s built-in navigation system as well as make calls, send messages, and check the weather. I didn’t have the opportunity to test the feature in a Manhattan hotel conference room, but Samsung says that Voice Drive will start when you get into your car.
Eye-tracking software keeps tabs on where you’re looking.
(Credit: Sarah Tew/CNET)
Conflicting rumors painted a scenario where you’d scroll the screen with your eyes using eye-tracking software within the GS4.
Turns out, that’s somewhat true. Smart Pause and Smart Scroll are two features that build off the Galaxy S3′s optional Smart Stay feature, which kept the screen from dimming when you looked at it. In the GS4, tilting the screen up or down while looking at it scrolls you up or down, say if you’re reading a CNET story, of course. As a daily commuter with one hand on the phone and one on a hand strap, this could be a more convenient way to catch up with news while on the train or bus.
I really like the idea of Smart Pause, which halts a video you’re watching when your eyes dart away, then resumes when you start paying attention again.
Both features worked better in theory than they did in practice, though I should mention that the GS4 I was looking at is (obviously) preproduction running prefinal software. Still, response time was a beat slower than I wanted, taking a little time to pause and resume the video, and scroll the screen. A minor delay makes sense. You wouldn’t want to start and stop again every time you’re distracted for a second. Instead, the software seems to track longer periods when you’re away, like if you stop what you’re doing to order a cup of coffee, talk to a friend, or climb a set of stairs.
Air View and gestures
While you can make googly eyes at the GS4, most gestures are still reserved for your fingertips. Hovering features known as Air View make their way from the stylus-centric Galaxy Note 2 andGalaxy Note 10.1 tablet to the Galaxy S4, but replace the stylus with your digit.
You can control the Galaxy S4 by waving your hand in front of the camera sensor.
(Credit: Sarah Tew/CNET)
Hover your finger and you can preview a video clip or image from the photo gallery, glance at browser tab thumbnails, find your place on a video timeline, and check out an e-mail. You’ll also be able to magnify calendar events and get a closer look in speed dial. Flipboard has built a customized app to work with Air View, which lets you hover over a tile to see which articles lie beneath.
In addition to hovering with a fingertip, you can wave or wipe your whole hand in front of the screen (and camera sensor) to navigate around. For example, enable this gesture and you can agitate your palm to pick up the phone or switch songs in a playlist. Steadily sliding your hand back and forth can advance photos in a gallery, or browser tabs. You can also scroll up and down in a list.
The feature was a little jerky and jumpy when I tried it, but it did work. As with eye-tracking, you’ll have to wait a half-second to see results.
Cameras and video
If the promise of the GS4′s 13-megapixel images doesn’t wow you, Samsung is hoping that its refreshed interface and enhanced features will. Perhaps the most out-there is the dual-shot mode, which takes photos and video from both the front- and rear-facing cameras, and combines them into one (LG’s Optimus G Pro does this, too.)
The background shows the capture from your main camera, while the foreground — whatever you take from the front-facing camera — lays on top. You can choose to change the window size and shape on top, say a postcard stamp, an oval, or a simple window. You can also swap camera positions so that rear-facing gives you the inset and the front-facing image forms the background. As to why, the answer, like some of Samsung’s many features, is more correctly: why not?
The camera interface takes full advantage of the GS4′s display.
(Credit: Sarah Tew/CNET)
Even more new modes include Sound & Shot, which takes a picture and captures up to 9 seconds of audio (sounds like HTC’s Zoe mode to me), and Drama Shot, which combines all the actions from a burst shot into a single frame. If someone is jumping, for instance, you see all stages of the leap in one shot (P.S. HTC has this, too in the One.)
Then there’s Cinema Photo, which lets you animate just one portion of a video and keep the rest static (it creates a GIF), and Eraser mode, which can erase an unwanted person from a shot. The Samsung team and I tried this out five or six times on the demo device I got to hold, but it didn’t work; chalk it up to a prerelease software bug.
You’ll also find Story Album, which gathers friends into a single photo album. Integration with Trip Advisor lets you add more location-based detail, and you can print any album through self-publishing platform Blurb.
The GS4′s new dual-shot mode combines photo and videos from the front-facing camera and rear camera into one frame.
(Credit: Sarah Tew/CNET)
While the Galaxy S4 will look the same everywhere in the world, it won’t necessarily have the same motor under the hood. Your future GS4 handset will either thrum from a 1.9GHz quad-core Qualcomm Snapdragon 600 series processor, or from a 1.6GHz eight-core chipset,Samsung’s Exynos 5 Octa silicon.
We’ll need to set the two bad boys side by side in the lab to see real-time performance differences, but in the meantime, the Octa-curious can get a load of CNET editor Eric Franklin’sOcta 5 benchmarks from Mobile World Congress.
Data speed freaks can rest assured that the Galaxy S4 will support LTE in expected markets (these haven’t yet been announced), and LTE roaming will be possible for some geographies (very nice).
As for battery life, the phone has a large, 2,600mAh ticker, but also a larger screen and even more features to compromise performance. Smart Stay and S Voice both drain the battery more quickly, which just means that, as always, potential buyers should adjust their expectations. The more video and games you play, the shorter your life per battery charge. (Read more on battery life here.)
In terms of storage and memory, the Galaxy S4 has 2GB RAM, 64GB internal storage, and another 64GB available through the microSD car slot. In today’s market, you can’t get more than that.
Pricing and availability
If this phone sounds like something you want to get your hands on, you won’t have to wait too long. Samsung plans to stagger releases worldwide in April and May.
In the U.S., Verizon, AT&T, Sprint, T-Mobile, U.S. Cellular, and Cricket Wireless will all get the Galaxy S4 (along with Sprint MVNO Ting). AT&T will sell the 16GB version of the phone for $200with a new, two-year service agreement and the 32GB version for $250. Both AT&T and U.S. Cellular will open up preorders on Tuesday, April 16.
A more sensitive screen means you’ll be able to use gloves when operating your phone.
(Credit: Sarah Tew/CNET)
While the Galaxy S4 hits expectations square on the head, there are still a few small areas that competitors can crow about. As I mentioned, premium build materials are one. After my briefing, it also isn’t exactly clear where the Galaxy S4 comes down on wireless charging. Samsung will support wireless charging through the Qi standard, though it’s strange to me that Samsung didn’t drum up the feature, especially since we know that you can rig a Galaxy S3 to wirelessly charge. Competitors, like LG’s Nexus 4 and Nokia’s Lumia series, also support wireless charging.
How it compares with the competition
The Galaxy S4 is a high-end, fully featured smartphone that’s meant for almost everyone. Samsung has made sure to include every salient hardware spec and enough new and interesting software features to hold your attention, if not constant use.
Although the handset’s hardware isn’t exceptionally beautiful and software isn’t particularly inspiring, it has every essential feature and then some. Right now, the best way I can describe it is as the Gap clothing of smartphones. While you may not use or even like every item on display, it’s long on basics, represents a certain high standard, and you’ll be able to get it anywhere.
Stay tuned for many more details, impressions, photos, and videos in the upcoming hours, weeks, and months.
AV Voice Changer Software Diamond will allows you to chat in male, female, baby voice in voice chat rooms; keep your privacy and spy voice conference. Built-in MP3 player plays unchanged music while Voice Changer is morphing other audio streams. Recorder can record original, changed voice or morphed music and save in mp3, wma, wav, and other formats. Numerous plug-in effects and preset "nickvoices". Frequency Morpher, Advanced Tune, Equalizer, effect maker, "nickvoice" creator, update manager.
Reviews of AV Voice Changer Software Diamond
- duyle Reviewing 7.0.46 (Apr 4, 2013)
It is easy to use, and it just works. Simple as that.
I love this voice changer software, thanks!
- Kaithy Reviewing 5.0.19 (Feb 1, 2007)
I’d like to say that this program is really amazing! The disguised voices are very convincing. It was definitely worth the money and I’ll recommend this program to others.
- Betty Young Reviewing 5.0.17 (Jan 30, 2007)
I am satisfied with what the program does,much better than some more expensive software.
- Kimberly Jennifer Reviewing 5.0.17 (Jan 26, 2007)
This one is just simply going beyond other voice changers that I’ve tried. It can produce unlimited number of new voices and change voice so fast in chat and PC phone, which makes Voice Changer Software distinguished. I also like the Voice Comparator, one of the cool things…
- hotmom28s Reviewing 5.0.17 (Jan 16, 2007)
THIS IS VERY GOOD SOFTWARE . MAC OUTBACK ECHO SOUND EFFECT.
Audio4fun’s latest project has finally been revealed with the debut of the smart media player – AV Media Player Morpher.
On April 10, 2013, Audio4fun made an important annoucement regarding its renewal project – the release of AV Media Player Morpher. Starting April 10th, customer can visit this page http://www.audio4fun.com/player/ to download and experience a new way of enjoying music and video.
According to trusted sources, Audio4fun’s new player build was based on their famous AV Music Morpher Gold. Therefore, AV Media Player Morpher is not merely a media player; its multifunctional capabilities are suited for every aspect of playing and editing music; from applying effects to achieving theater-like audio quality, to mixing and/or merging multiple audio files into one.
One key factor Audio4fun focused on in developing AV Media Player Morpher is to provide users with an intuitive and friendly interface. “Since our new software was born in the golden age of technology and the prosperity of mobile devices, the smartphone-like design of the player’s user interface should be a popular choice,” revealed Peter Nguyen, COO of Audio4fun, “And it is expected that users will naturally be familiar with the software right from their first time using it.”
AV Media Player Morpher has been an appealing software to users not only because of its integrated features, but also because of its advanced expansion features. Introduced near the end of 2012, AV Audio Converter and AV CD Grabber were included in AV Media Player Morpher as component apps and have recieved lots of positive feedback from customers and download sites. Along with the debut of AV Media Player Morpher, three more component apps will be added to the program: AV Audio Editor, AV Audio & Sound Recorder, and AV Media Uploader.
It’s true that today’s market already offers many nicely performing media players. However, AV Media Player Morpher will soon affirm its rightful position, thanks to user-friendly features and professional oganization. Check out this freeware at http://www.audio4fun.com/player/
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Voice Changer Software Diamond 7.0 is the latest edition in the VOICE CHANGER SOFTWARE series which is dedicated to voice changing and voice manipulating for online and local computer-based programs.
Voice Changer Software Diamond can do a wide range of voice changing related tasks for many different purposes, such as voice-over and voice dubbing for audio/video clips, presentations, narrations, voice messages, voice mails, E-greeting cards, etc.; mimic the voice of any person, create animal sounds, change voices in songs, etc.
This software can be used with all online games including Second Life, World of Warcraft, EVE Online, Lord of the Rings Online, Everquest, Counter-Strike, Battlefield 2 and many more.
Voice Changer Software Diamond works well with many VoIP and Instant Messaging programs such as Skype, Ventrilo, TeamSpeak, Yahoo Messenger, MSN Live Messenger, AIM, XFire, GoogleTalk, Roger Wilco, Net2Phone and more.
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AV Voice Changer Software is useful for users who want to have a fun time online. They can use it to create exciting conversation environments while doing voice chat in instant messenger programs, or to make humorous fun voice chat/voice calls with PC-to-Phone applications, or to do song remixes to renew your favorite songs. AV Voice Changer Software stands apart from other online or computer-based voice changing programs because of its unlimited ability to change and enhance voices and sounds, and its ability to produce high quality audio output.
What’s new in this version: Version 7.0.52 may include unspecified updates, enhancements, or bug fixes.
Well, what else can you expect from a voice changing tool? i tried some free apps before but this one is really the one i need. affordable and easy to use. pretty nice interface. compatible with most of voip programs. i’m considering to upgrade to diamond but this basic edition may be better for the old man me
crash sometimes when using with skype. however, i believe this is because of my pc – kinda old for keeping up with technology.
Nice one after all