Bria Mobile: VoIP Softphone

Bria Mobile: VoIP Softphone

By CounterPath Corporation

  • Category: Business
  • Release Date: 2017-08-08
  • Current Version: 5.6.2
  • Adult Rating: 4+
  • File Size: 85.88 MB
  • Developer: CounterPath Corporation
  • Compatibility: Requires iOS 11.0 or later.
Score: 4.5
4.5
From 1,022 Ratings

Description

Bria Mobile - Your VoIP SIP Softphone for Everyday Business Communication: Stay connected wherever you go. Start or join meetings with high definition, face-to-face video, high quality audio, and instant messaging - now with Bria Push Service for enhanced battery life. For Prior Bria VoIP Softphone Client Customers: Bria Mobile is new and replaces the former Bria iPhone Edition and Bria iPad Edition clients. If you had previously purchased the old clients and want to reinstall them, you can find the instructions to do so here: https://support.counterpath.com/hc/en-us/articles/115004179074-Install-Bria-for-iPad-iPhone-From-History Try it for 14 days free! Subscription not charged if cancelled within trial period. Please note, in-app subscription purchases are not supported through Family Sharing. Payment will be charged to iTunes Account at confirmation of purchase 1-Year Subscription: $9.99, 1 month $0.99 USD, automatically renewed until canceled Additional Subscription Information: • Subscriptions will be automatically renewed within 24-hours prior to following subscription period. Please check user's Account Setting to disable auto-renewal. • Any unused portion of a free trial period, if offered, will be forfeited when the user purchases a subscription to that publication, where applicable. HIGHLIGHTS • Highly secure, SIP-based softphone with exceptional voice quality • Pre-defined VoIP provider list available when adding new accounts • Multitasking support for background operation, such as fielding incoming calls while using other applications and Push Support • Audio codecs including G.722, Opus & SILK + G.711a/u, G.729 • Video in 720p HD on iPhone 5 or later • Supported accessories include headphones, AirPods & other Bluetooth™ devices • Available in the following languages: English, Chinese, French, Japanese, Portuguese, Russian, German & Spanish. • IPv4/IPv6 support STANDARD PHONE FEATURES • Messaging & Presence – XMPP & SIP SIMPLE support • Support for up to 25 accounts on any SIP-compliant server • Contact List & Favorites leveraging the device’s native contact directory • Call display & voicemail indicator • Speaker, mute & hold functions • Call history of received, missed & dialed calls • Call recording • Ringtones & contact avatars • Dial plan support • Multiple call support – swap between 2 active calls, merge/split calls, transfer calls • Support for DTMF to enter numbers to use an auto attendant • VPN support • Advanced settings that enable users to control network traversal and media options • Security and encryption via TLS & SRTP • DNS SRV record lookups & call quality statistics For more information on Bria Mobile’s features, please visit: http://www.counterpath.com/ios-sip-softphone/ Terms of use: http://www.counterpath.com/terms/ Privacy Policy: http://www.counterpath.com/privacy/ IMPORTANT VOIP OVER MOBILE/CELLULAR DATA NOTICE Some mobile network operators may prohibit or restrict the use of VoIP functionality over their 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. CounterPath Corporation will not be held liable for any charges, fees or liability imposed by your carrier for use of VoIP over Mobile/Cellular Data. Emergency Calls CounterPath's Bria mobile products provide handling designed to redirect emergency calls to the Native Cellular Dialer when possible on a best reasonable commercial efforts basis, however this functionality is also dependent on the operating system of the mobile phone which is outside of our control and subject to change at any time. As a result, the official position of CounterPath is that CounterPath’s Bria product is not intended, designed, or fit for placing, carrying or supporting Emergency Calls. CounterPath will not be liable for any costs or damages arising either directly or indirectly from the use of the software for Emergency Calls.

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Reviews

  • Horrible connectivity

    1
    By bmelissa
    Great idea but I can NEVER take or send a clear phone call, regardless of my location. Cannot express how aggravated and inconvenient this is.
  • Bria is tops

    5
    By Inarpac
    I have used Bria for about 6 months now without a glitch works way better than Zoiper does Messaging as well. This is the best land line to I phone handoff I have ever come across and it’s always connected. Would recommend this worth the money YES!!
  • No background refresh

    1
    By Jeffroosh
    This new app is wrong: no background refresh mode available: it doesn’t ring incoming calls unless you wake up the app just before to make it visible on your phone.
  • Forced subscription?

    1
    By Calerex
    Good functionality wrapped in an inflexible business model. Would rather pay $50 once than a never ending subscription, so going with a different app instead.
  • Nothing Works

    1
    By totallymystic
    Push notifications don't work. Everytime I go to the background it unregisters and when I open it , it re-registers causing 403 errors if it happens too often. I tapped test push notifications and it says test passed, test still when I'm in the background I don't receive any notifications and calls go to voicemail. When I make calls from the app it says, "the number you have entered have not been recognized" Total waste of money.
  • Don’t buy yearly subscription.

    1
    By Ellyor
    This app giving you 14 days free use, but quite not 14 days instead you will get 2 days of use. The developers can cancel or app simply is not working after couple month if you paid yearly. (pay monthly)
  • Cannot Connect to iTunes Store

    5
    By E-JET Driver
    Getting an error continuously on iPhone XS Max when trying to setup free trial. Getting error stating “cannot connect to iTunes Store.”
  • Good overall, with some glitches.

    3
    By DAG1138
    Works pretty well. Calls are usually nice and clear using WiFi and cellular data. I’m a bit suspicious that my cellular data provider slows down VoIP data to ‘encourage’ use of their more expensive voice service. Choppiness seems to be less when using VPN! Text messages can be a bit awkward at times. I’ve occasionally sent messages as IM and received responses under SMS. It would be nice to not even have the IM category as I don’t seem to have a use for it. Siri integration on iOS doesn’t work very well - which may just be an Apple thing. Not a major problem as Siri is a bit useless anyway, but still... I have had some texts that I’ve sent disappear without arriving at the recipient. Also have missed calls that I was awaiting with the app open and service registered, and just went to voicemail. These may be issues with my VOIP provider (VoIP.ms) The contacts list became a bit of a mess. It seemed to get all contacts from all of my mail accounts, so there are a couple hundred now, and that makes it a bit hard to quickly find contacts. Deleting old unused contacts one by one is a bit tedious.
  • Repeat buyer beware

    1
    By jaatman
    Everything the previous reviewer wrote is true and I have the latest version of the previous app and started getting forbidden 403 errors with absolutely no online ”help” on how to fix. Don't even bother with the free trial. Let me add that I read a few more negative reviews and the answers are total blah-blah. BTW my business partner’s Android device and my download of free app for Windows work just fine on Surface Pro and Galaxy. Makes this apparent fake out even more frustrating. Go find another app! When and if I find it I will keep you posted. Bria get a clue!
  • Push service unreliable

    3
    By Chalk L
    I tested Bria Mobile and Acrobits Groundwire simultaneously on my phone, with the same configuration, the two accounts were from the same service. After 12 hours, both accounts worked well. But, after 48 hours, the account used in Bria Mobile become offline and cannot be dialled in, while the other account, used in Acrobits Groundwire, still worked well. Bria has a better user experience, but the unreliable push notification makes it unusable. I had to unsubscribe it.

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