Vox Mobile VoIP may be currently exclusive to Android devices, but the company tells TruTower that it is planning to launch versions for other platforms in the near or far future.

The next platform that will receive the mobile VoIP application is, of course, iOS. Vox says that a “likely” launch for the app into the App Store is planned for June, though a specific date is not yet available.

For those of us running BlackBerry 10 or the popularity-gaining Windows Phone 8 platforms, it looks like we’ll have to wait a little longer; the company is looking to possibly launch the apps as early as the later part of 2013 or early 2014, but wants to develop its WebRTC framework before building out to the additional platforms.

Vox will continue to allow cross-platform communication with other Vox users for free, so with all the major platforms under its belt, by this time next year we could see a larger number of users utilizing Vox for all their communication needs.

  • Ralphage

    Typical lazy developer scenario: “wait and see” like the other platforms are going to magically grow wings and fly without the apps to support them.

    • You know, I have to agree with you on this one. That’s one thing that drives me crazy. My friend probably made less on his Android app than developers like this, and he still develops for Windows Phone 8. It’s a growing market, with not as much competition as iOS and Android. What more could a developer ask for?

      • PaulR

        Im an Android fan, but I also agree. Competition is good.

  • Adam P

    Awesome can’t wait to try it on my iPad. One of the apps I use quite a bit on my Galaxy S3

    • PaulR

      Me too 🙂

  • That globe looks pretty crazy lol. Plus I like how the UK flag is right smack dab in the middle 😛

  • When it’s on Windows phone, Im game! Ive been looking for a new VOIP app.

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  • Xavier

    I’m an avid user of Skype, but still good to see another VoIP app headed our way.

  • PaulR

    Love this app. Voice quality is pretty good

  • Daemonocracy

    I don’t even know what Vox is, there are so many VOIP offerings these days, but it’s good to see a company aggressively trying to get its apps out on all relevant operating systems. I like WP8, but I’m happy to see BB10 get some love too.