STOCKHOLM, October 12, 2011 /PRNewswire/ --
Today Sweden based company freephoo launches their free calling application for Android, iPhone and iPod Touch devices. Freephoo is now compatible with 60 % of all smartphone devices and available in 18 countries.
When downloading freephoo, the customer can make calls for free, with superior audio quality, to other freephoo users and low priced calls to both fixed and mobile phones worldwide.
"We are pleased to launch our application on new platforms and to reach out to more users on iPhone and Android devices. Also by enabling freephoo on iPod Touch we now turn traditional music devices into great phones as well. To support more devices has been a top priority for us since our iPad application did reached top positions on several App Stores when launched earlier this year", says Pandelis Eliopoulos, Co-founder at freephoo.
The freephoo application has been launched successfully in many markets. Some of the remarkable freephoo achievements on Apples App Store are, No 1 Top Free Apps, No 1 Top Social App, No 1 Top Grossing, listed as "New and Noteworthy" and "What's Hot". Freephoo was also appointed "App of the Day" by Macworld Sweden.
Freephoo is one of the first calling applications that enable the user to purchase premium minutes through Apples App Store and Android Markets own payment systems (In-App Purchase & In-App Products). It gives the user the ability to make low cost calls to billions of mobile and fixed phones in a great range of countries.
"We are pleased to see that so many users convert to our premium service. This gives us great confidence to continue the launch on new markets", says Pandelis Eliopoulos.
Freephoo is currently available in: Austria, Cyprus, Czech Republic, Denmark, Finland, France, Germany, Greece, Hungary, Kazakhstan, Kuwait, Lithuania, Norway, Portugal, Russia, Spain, Sweden, Turkey.
Freephoo will soon be available in UK.
Freephoo was founded 2008 by entrepreneurs from the telecom and Internet industry. Freephoo uses innovative technology to offer new ways of communication through online devices.