The new app allows VOIP users to mainstream through VOIP and data encryption
Relationship-building tools and processes provider Amwest Imaging has completed the development of its iPad and iPod touch application which provides the ability to utilise peer to peer 256 AES encryption for voice calls between iPhone and iPad, and iPad and landline users.
The iPhone App, the Zipclik iPad and iPod touch application allows mainstream Skype, AIM, iChat, and other (VOIP) users as well as iPhone users complete privacy through voice (VOIP) and data encryption.
Amwest has choosen iTunes as a distribution partner because "the iPhone represented 60% of U.S. smartphone usage in AdMob’s network in July 2009, followed by RIM and Android devices at 13% and 12% percent, respectively."
Amwest CEO Jason Gerteisen said the additional launch of the iPad and iPod touch 256 AES Key Encryption expands Amwest’s available core customer base one more level to ensure that Zipclik as a division of Amwest continues to capture as much market share of this Multi-Billion Dollar sector of a growing area as possible.