The free linphone.org SIP service is running since 2011, allowing Linphone users to create their SIP addresses in order to communicate together. The SIP server software powering this service, whose name is "Flexisip", is now released with an open-source license.
In this release, you will find the following major enhancements:
- Collect and upload logs available,
- Chat view can be rotated,
- Reworked file transfer in chat,
- AAC-ELD audio codec added,
The development branch of the SDK now builds for the 64bit iOS simulator.
Liblinphone python wrapper is now available on Raspberry Pi, the low cost credit card size computer.
In this 3.8 release, you will find the following major enhancements:
- fullscreen mode,
- hang up button in the video window,
- wizard for audio/video settings,
- arabic translation,
- support of RTP/AVPF (RFC4585) with VP8 codec: this feature allows transmission error recovery for video, which greatly enhance the video quality over unreliable links,
The liblinphone python wrapper, that leverages on the same liblinphone library as the desktop application has been updated to 3.8 too.
The following features have been added:
- DTLS encryption
- Button to clear the proxy configuration
- More accessibility features for blind people
In Southern Africa, a rural community has gone from isolation to 21st century technology with help from Linphone and Intel Corporation.
We are pleased to announce that Linphone for Windows Phone 8 has been released under open source license.
The last release of Linphone Web includes the following improvements