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is there better VoIP than Skype for Mac?

There are some alternatives:
macPhone : my preference because zero configuration and synchronized with the address book

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X-lite with Onesuite

My brother is using X-Lite on his Mac with Onesuite VoIP service. He said X-Lite is the best softphone for his Mac.

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voip sip sdk

My project requires to integrate dialer
with voice playing ability, fax detection and digit recognition

I analyzed voip sip market and have found

Did anybody had experience using it?

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Yes, I was looking for Session Initiation Protocol (SIP) enabled telephony applications where I can dial as well as receive phone calls in my application then I tried It is an outstanding s/w.
Also, using this s/w, you can convert existing telephony applications into other SIP supported products.

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better voip than skype for mac.

i prefer macphone. i have tried it and was able to compare with other softphones i used. i got it from Nomado, it's preconfigured, so after downloading it, i can use it right away. the quality is the best. my friend told me it's the quality of the network of nomado which is very important in getting call quality. usage wise, it's very easy.

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