Linphone features

Core features

Signaling

Media

General

User interfaces

Gtk2 graphical interface

It is running for Linux, Windows and MacOSX

Console tools

  • Linphonec is a command line interface that can use readline on linux to get completion, history, such as bash.
  • Linphonecsh is another command line tool to remotely control a linphonec daemon. Unlike linphonec, linphonecsh immediately exits once the command is executed.

Mobile phones interfaces

Android and iPhone/iPad applications

Blackberry application (no video support yet)

Portability

  • Linux/x86 and Linux/x86-64
  • Windows XP and Vista
  • MacOS X x86 : audio and video. You can download a standalone bundle from this website or, use macports.
  • Linux/ARM: without graphical interface. Linphonec or liblinphone are good candidates to provide the software stack of an hardware phone or hardware communication system.
  • Linux/Blackfin: The uclinux.org project maintains a port of linphone for blackfin processors, without gui. Performance are impressive. See here for details.
  • Google Android: audio and video, download with the Android Market from your phone.
  • Iphone OS: audio and video, download from the AppStore on your iphone/ipad or ipod touch.
  • Blackberry OS: Audio only, pure j2me version of Linphone. 
  • WebOS : unofficial port, see information here: http://www.webos-internals.org/wiki/Application:Linphone
  • May work also on FreeBSD and OpenBSD with minor modifications to the build system.