PhonerLitePortable 2.14 Freeware

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PhonerLitePortable 2.14 FreewarePhonerLitePortable is a software application which enables you to use you PC in order to place calls (through VoIP), as well as manage contacts and call logs. This is the portable version of PhonerLite, which means installation is not prerequisite and thus, the Windows registry and Start menu/screen are not going to get updated with new entries. In addition to that, you should know you can run this utility on any computer you have access to, by simply dropping the program files to portable storage unit and clicking the executable. Upon PhonerLitePortable’s removal, there will be no leftover files. The interface is quite easy to work with, regardless of the level of experience of the user. Furthermore, it is comprised of a menu bar, several shortcut buttons, and a panel in which to display logs. This app enables you to call contacts, redial, hold calls, create conferences or forwarding, and use a “Do not Disturb” message or auto answer feature. You can control the sound quality by taking advantage of the built-in noise reduction and automatic gain control options. It is also possible to view statistics pertaining to your calls, be them outgoing or ingoing, as well as view logs, along with details such as called number, conversation duration and codecs. It does not put a strain on your computer’s performance, as it uses low CPU and RAM. The language can be changed and keyboard shortcuts can be customized. All in all, PhonerLitePortable proves to be an efficient piece of software especially for people interested in placing call from their PC, with VoIP. However, it could benefit from an update.
PhonerLite is a clearly arranged application for Windows. PhonerLite enables your PC to use it for internet telephony (VoIP , Voice over IP ). PhonerLite supports several SIP profiles, each configurable independently. Furthermore, the appliaction comes with built-in support for phonebook and call logs.  
  • A full-duplex sound card
  • A microphone and speakers (alternatively headset)
  • An Internet connection
  • A registration at a provider supporting the protocol SIP.
What’s New 
  • Fix: TCP connections closed by peer

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