Biamp Systems Dialer Apple Mobile App

Biamp Systems Dialer app is designed to integrate with both analog and VoIP telephone systems.
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Biamp Systems Dialer Apple Mobile App

Oct 18, 2011 10:46 AM

Biamp Systems Dialer app is designed to integrate with both analog and VoIP telephone systems. It allows end users to operate an Audia- or Nexia-integrated phone system from an Apple iPad, iPhone, or iPod Touch, and conveniently carry their conference settings with them anywhere. The application provides an intuitive interface with a number of phone features, including a numeric dialpad, send and receive level adjusters, a number of common telephone controls, and even the ability to dial directly from the contact list stored on the device. Price: $4.99

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