SureVoIP Browser Plugin and new Add Ons page

Dear all,

We have created a new Add On page to list add ons that use the SureVoIP API.

BETA – The first official addon from SureVoIP is the SureVoIP Browser Plugin which works on:

  • Google Chrome
  • Microsoft Internet Explorer
  • Apple Safari
  • Mozilla Firefox

 

It allows you to “Click to Call” any number on the page and send SMS messages.

You can find it on the Google Chrome App store under SureVoIP Browser Plugin or directly download using the links below.

SureVoIP Browser Plugin download for:

 

For those of you that are developers, the source code for the plugin is available via the SureVoIP-Browser-Plugin GitHub repository so you can learn how to create your own plugins using the SureVoIP API. This is developed using the Crossrider framework.

Thanks!

Aberdeen TechMeetup: SureVoIP API

Hi all,

I will be doing a talk about the SureVoIP API on Thursday 20th March at Aberdeen TechMeetup:

Aberdeen TechMeetup: SureVoIP API

14th Mar 2013 by bruce

Gavin Henry@ghenry

Gavin will take you through the lifecycle of the SureVoIP API including:

* Why it was needed; internal use, partners and customers

* The technologies chosen

* Parts outsourced and released under an Open Source license

* Current uses and “Apps”

* Future

Thanks,

Gavin.

SureVoIP and the SureVoIP VoIP API finalists for the 2013 ITSPA Awards

Just a quick one to say that we made it! We are finalists for two ITSPA awards!

We entered the SureVoIP Telecoms Cloud VoIP API in to the “Most Innovative VoIP Product/Service” category and SureVoIP for the “Best Business ITSP (Small Enterprise)”. See the 2013 ITSPA Awards for more info.

Thanks to everyone for supporting us and being our customers!

Browser plugins and an iPhone/iPad app!

Hi all,

Very excited that this is moving forward now but we have just had a demo of our first iPhone app for SureVoIP (Android coming) which has been developed in partnership with the RGU dePICT program. We received some funding from the EU which we match and so far has been a great experience!

We’ve also commissioned some Browser plugins using crossrider which means using these and the SureVoIP API:

  • Internet Explorer
  • Firefox
  • Chrome
  • Safari

you will be able to click any telephone number on a web page and it will call your phone first then that number and connect you. You can also right-click it to send a SMS/text or a fax (by uploading a PDF).

I’d recommend working with your local University and Crossrider 🙂

More soon,

Gavin.