Chris Matthieu performed some live coding on the PhonoSDK at the San Francisco Telephony Meetup last week at Pivotal Labs. During the demo we built a phone in the browser that could both place and receive phone calls via PSTN and SIP similar to the demo we posted earlier on this blog.
Afterwards, a few of us telecom rebels hung out and continued hacking on PhonoSDK. We soon realized that the new Android devices came loaded with Flash. So as an experiment, we loaded the Phono.com page in the Android browser were able to place a PSTN call from the web page! Here are a few photos!
As I understand, Nokia, Sony, and Samsung smartphones also have Flash built into their browsers. Give it a try and let us know if Phono works on your phone!
Just a note, we are working on native support for iOS (iPhone, iPad, and iPod) as well as Android. So stay tuned…
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