You may have heard by now that Apple is changing the way VoIP apps work with iOS 13. But you don’t have to worry about these changes. Your VoIP app will continue to work, and you won’t notice any disruption at all to any of our products. Don’t believe the sensationalist headlines that are calling for the end of VoIP. Apple is just exercising control over its operating system. Your VoIP app will still work, push notifications will still function, and this change may even improve overall privacy and security.
The Acrobits team is already on it – we’re adapting our stack, and we know what we’re doing. And when our white label softphone solution is ready, you’ll be the first to know.
You’re in good hands with our company. We’ve been navigating complex iOS updates since the release of the original iPhone.
The Acrobits team is rapidly adapting its stack as we speak, and we’re going to share that solution with you the day iOS 13 is released. Please feel free to touch base with our support team if you have any questions at all. VoIP isn’t going anywhere, and you should know that we have your best interests in mind.
We’re all about helping our customers and partners better understand how to drive the most value out of Cloud Softphone, whether that’s exploring new features or highlighting what’s on the horizon. That’s why Acrobits recently launched our new Tech Tips Webinar series to demo recent features, showcase customer use cases, and discuss what we’re working […]
And that’s a wrap on Tech Tips Webinar #2. In our latest edition of Tech Tips Webinar — Acrobits co-founder Rafael Torreblanca and CTO Tomas Vyskocil unpacked Local Push Notifications and several exciting releases on the horizon, including our new mobile app UI, SIPIS ecosystem upgrade, and multiparty messaging. We also received many great questions […]
Your Cloud Softphone application is complete. You’ve put the finishing touches on it and set it live. What happens next? If you open your dashboard, you’ll notice that the Cloud Softphone platform has generated the binaries you’ve purchased. If you’re exclusively interested in pushing your app to desktop users, you’re more or less done — […]
When Apple first came up with the phrase ‘there’s an app for that,’ it’s unlikely that anyone could have predicted just how massive the smartphone market would become, nor the sheer volume of apps available online. Case in point, there are currently 3.48 million apps on the Google Play Store, and 2.22 million on Apple’s […]