YouMagic iPhone Edition is available for Apple iPhone,
iPad and iPod touch for Wi-Fi and 3G networks.
1. Registration in YouMagic
2. Not more than 2 YouMagic programs for one operating system is allowed to be installed, and not more than 4 YouMagic programs totally.
Standard Phone Features:
- Multitasking capabilities – for use with the Apple iOS 4 operating system on the following supported devices: iPhone 4, iPhone 3GS, and the third-generation iPod touch (32GB and 64GB models from late 2009);
- Call display and voicemail indicator;
- Speakerphone, Mute and Hold;
- Call history – list of received, missed and dialed calls;
- Contact List and Contact Favorites – Leveraging the iPhone Contacts;
- Ringtones and contact avatars;
- Dial plan support;
- Custom wallpaper;
- Multiple Call Support;
- Swap between two active calls;
- Merge and Split calls (Three-way conferencing support)
- Call transfer (attended and unattended);
- Audio codecs include G.711, GSM and iLBC;
- G.722 support is also included for iPhone 3GS+, iPad and iPod touch 3rd Generation+
- G.729 is included
- Noise Reduction;
- Support for DTMF: the ability to enter numbers to use an auto attendant (o Via RFC 2833 or SIP INFO);
- VPN Support.
To use YouMagic iPhone Edition to make calls over 3G you will also need a data plan with a Mobile Network Service Provider. Please contact your Mobile Network Service Provider to subscribe. YouMagic will not be held liable for any charges, fees or liability imposed by your carrier for use of VoIP over Wi-Fi/3G.
|iPhone||3GS or 4, iOS 4.0+|
|iPod||Touch (3rd Generation+)|
|iPad||Compatible with iPad and iPad 2|
Please note iPhone 3G, iPod 2nd Generation and older devices are not recommended.
Because some mobile network operators may prohibit or restrict the use of Voice over Internet Protocol (VoIP) functionality over their network, such as the use of VoIP telephony over a cellular network, and may also impose additional fees, or other charges in connection with VoIP, you agree to learn and abide by your cellular carrier's network restrictions.