The Ins and Outs of VoIP Clients
A VoIP client is a software application that, when installed on a user’s computer, allows them to make calls using Voice over Internet Protocol. This means that can make free or extremely cheap local and international calls to pretty much any location in the world – provided the user has a compatible device and software, and a strong internet connection. A VoIP client could be compared to a telephone in terms of its enabling audio communicate, but it includes a host of other features which allow for a broad range of applications and functionalities.
The features which VoIP clients can support are diverse and powerful. Not only can you send and receive calls over VoIP, but provided that all participants have webcams, you may also enjoy high definition video conferencing. On top of this, advanced VoIP clients may have built-in call analytics, enabling analysts to gather and produce detailed reports that can be used to improve future calls. Some software, such as that offered by TeamViewer, incorporates a VoIP client as part of its greater functionality, in conjunction with other features such as screen sharing and secure file transfer.