Allworx Reach

Allworx Reach


Allworx Reach brings the rich functionality of your Allworx phone to your mobile device.

Create a SIP handset to place and receive calls, including Transfer, Park, and 3-way conference. You'll have easy access to Contacts (Allworx directory, and personal) and Call History, including Allworx users' Presence and Busy Lamp Field status. Manage your voicemails.

*** This app REQUIRES access to an Allworx server running software version 7.5 or higher -- and 7.5.10.4 or higher is strongly recommended. ***

See the website (http://get.allworx.com/reach) for a link to FAQs (http://get.allworx.com/reach/reach_faq.aspx) including information on performance on specific Android devices.

Recent changes:
Reach for Android 1.2.0.187
• Improved Bluetooth handling, including interaction with other apps and car pairing
• Improved audio quality
• Other miscellaneous fixes

KNOWN ISSUES:
• HTC One has issues with audio routes, speakerphone toggling, and speakerphone echo cancellation.
• Nexus 10 tablet speakerphone has poor echo cancellation.
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3.9
User ratings
50
Installs
5,000+
Concerns
2
File size
6140 kb
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About Allworx Reach
Allworx Reach brings the rich functionality of your Allworx phone to your mobile device.

Create a SIP handset to place and receive calls, including Transfer, Park, and 3-way conference. You'll have easy access to Contacts (Allworx directory, and personal) and Call History, including Allworx users' Presence and Busy Lamp Field status. Manage your voicemails.

*** This app REQUIRES access to an Allworx server running software version 7.5 or higher -- and 7.5.10.4 or higher is strongly recommended. ***

See the website (http://get.allworx.com/reach) for a link to FAQs (http://get.allworx.com/reach/reach_faq.aspx) including information on performance on specific Android devices.

Recent changes:
Reach for Android 1.2.0.187
• Improved Bluetooth handling, including interaction with other apps and car pairing
• Improved audio quality
• Other miscellaneous fixes

KNOWN ISSUES:
• HTC One has issues with audio routes, speakerphone toggling, and speakerphone echo cancellation.
• Nexus 10 tablet speakerphone has poor echo cancellation.

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Android Market Comments
A Google User
Dec 18, 2014
Works a treat on galaxy S4 Really impressed by this technology and the app. It looks well polished and haven't had any issues yet. App is a good selling point for the allworx system
A Google User
Dec 3, 2014
Good, unless people need to HEAR You. Most of the phone's features work fine, except people on the other end are unable to hear you, rendering this app completely useless. - Support has nothing to say. ° brand new Galaxy Note 3 °
A Google User
Nov 7, 2014
Yo and existing site you'd
A Google User
Oct 15, 2014
Can not install!
A Google User
Sep 13, 2014
Needs a LOT of work! Dev rakes in license money and ignores issues Using this app is not free - you must pay for a valid license for each client that connects to your Allworx VOIP server (around $100 each or maybe less, depending on how many licenses you purchase). Same problems that other have been experiencing since March of 2014 - I doubt IOS user's concerns are being ignored. When bluetooth is activated in the app, it hijack's your car's bluetooth and does not release it even when your call ends. So you can't go back to listening to your radio, navigation or anything else. Android has Onhook and Offhook built into the API, why not use it? It's easier to manually toggle the bluetooh when placing calls, but that's still not easy enough! Also, just having Reach installed on your phone slows it down. Time to switch between apps, go to home screen, even to switch pages or tabs within other apps is slowed significantly. Removing the app speeds the phone up. I tested two brand new phones side by side, one with Reach installed, one without. Guess which one had no delays? Not to mention the UI is just horrific ugly skinned junk. Useless permanent icon in the notification drawer. Have to go the app to clear missed calls.