CounterPath Corporation’s eyeBeam is a virtual multimedia communications tool—a softphone, to be precise. This means that it can be used as a digital replacement for traditional communications devices such as cellphones and telephones: users can simply install the program onto their computers, connect to the Web, then run the eyeBeam software and carry out their communications with others online. Some of the communications permitted on the software are instant messages, text messages, video calls, and voice calls. The software has also been equipped with conferencing capabilities.
As with other softphones, the program requires VoIP support for both ends of the communication. It also sports a user interface that calls to mind actual hardware for e-communications, e.g. cellphone controls, making using it fairly doable even for those with little experience in VoIP calling. Furthermore, the user can choose to change its skin.
It is possible to record calls on the program, as well as videos. It can also store contact details and is capable of integrating with Microsoft Outlook. While the program does not support Windows 8 yet, it does work on Windows 7 and as far back as Windows 2000.
Our users primarily use eyeBeam to open these file types:
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If you have additional information about which types of files eyeBeam can process, please do get in touch - we would love hearing from you.
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