"Fuze is an excellent example of the cross-platform multimedia direction in which VoIP and UC are headed." - Craig Borowski, VoIP and Telecom Researcher at Software Advice
Fuze is built from the ground up for voice, video and content collaboration across devices, desktops and meeting rooms. We believe that Fuze unifies the multimedia experience across platforms better than anybody else … of course, we are a little biased. The team at Software Advice gets it and recent named Fuze among its favorite VoIP apps for Android and iOS
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"The Fuze app for Android and iOS smartphones is designed to work with the Fuzebox enterprise voice- and videoconferencing platform. The Web-based platform is well-known for its high-quality HD videoconferencing capabilities, and is compatible with Windows, OSX and Linux computers in addition to iOS and Android phones. Further, it is designed to be interoperable with many other office videoconferencing systems, such as those made by Cisco and Polycom.
Fuze comes with all the voice calling and videoconferencing features you’d expect, plus a few more. For example, Fuze has recently come out with an extension for the Chrome Web browser that allows users to designate Google Calendar events as Fuze meetings.
VoIP is more than just a technology for making voice calls over the Internet. It’s the foundation upon which other connectivity methods, such as videoconferencing, are built. As these technologies continue to mature, they’re all merging together into a single field known as Unified Communications (UC). Fuze is an excellent example of the cross-platform multimedia direction in which VoIP and UC are headed.
There are many ways in which businesses can go about using VoIP. Smartphone VoIP apps are a good way to try out VoIP, or integrate it with an existing business phone system—and the list above is a great place to start."