Release Notes: This version brings SIP/TCP and SIP/TLS as network protocols. It adds the G722 audio codec and the VP8 video codec. Users can also create audio conferences and choose SRTP as the media encryption method.
Release Notes: This version improves Mac OS X integration with desktop menus, better sound system handling, and binary bundle generation for ease of installation. It also improves memory usage and fixes a few SIP bugs.
Release Notes: The most visible improvement in this version is support for multiple simultaneous calls, with ability to pause, resume, and transfer them. Echo cancellation has been improved.
Release Notes: This release fixes a few important bugs: unterminated calls in some rare cases and a crash when closing the video view under Windows.
Release Notes: This releases fixes some bugs that were produced in the following conditions: incoming re-INVITES, incompatible codecs, and non-ASCII characters in display names.
Release Notes: This version brings a reworked interface with tabs and new icons. Enhancements have been made to several features: NAT traversal, presence, and video display layout. New codecs have been added: speex ultra-wideband and AMR. This release has been ported to iPhoneOS and Android.
Release Notes: This version improves the mute button look and feel, updates translations, and fixes a few bugs.
Release Notes: This version brings important user interface changes and improves interoperability with NAT-unaware SIP proxies and people using VPNs. Linphone now works on Mac OS X.
Release Notes: This release updates the code to build over the latest ffmpeg tree. It also fixes a random crash when resizing the video window on Linux.
Release Notes: This is a bugfix release, with some translations updated. Webcam support on Windows has been improved.