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Gizmo5 screenshotsAn web phone. As easy as an instant messenger. You can make no-cost calls to all Gizmo users and functions no-cost voicemail and conferences calls from your computer. Gizmo also offers inexpensive add-ons that let you make and receive smartphone calls from any mobile and landline smartphone. At the moment you can make no-cost calls to 60 countries. It operates on Windows, Mac and Linux. No-cost download. See also Gizmo5 alternatives

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Gizmo5 (formerly known as Gizmo Project and Sipphone) was a Voice over Web Protocol communications network and a proprietary freeware soft smartphone for that network. On November 12, 2009, Google announced that it had purchased Gizmo5. On March 4, 2011, Google announced that the solution will be discontinued as of April 3, 2011.

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The Gizmo5 network used open standards for call management, Session Initiation Protocol (sip) and Extensible Messaging and Presence Protocol (xmpp).

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However, the Gizmo5 client app was proprietary solution and used several proprietary codecs, including Gips and Web Speech Audio Codec (isac).

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