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Wednesday, August 31, 2011

How to Make Calls From Your iPad

The IPAD, also known as the Internet Protocol Adapter, is a device based on the IPAD-OS which is a very specialized embedded operating system created by Philip L. Becker back in 1993. The specialized nature of the operating system allows it to be absolutely secure and very efficient with minimal hardware resources.

The device may look like an oversized iPhone except that it cannot make or receive phone calls. There are however appsync, both free and paid, that can make your iPad into a phone.

For example, there’s Skype that lets you make voice and video calls to other Skype users anywhere in the world and it is for free. Then there are apps like Fring and Truephone that you can call any landline or mobile number from the iPad over Wi-Fi or 3G.

Another option is Line2 that converts your iPad into an iPhone for a monthly fee. You can make phone calls, send text messages and the app runs in the background so you can even receive phone calls while not using the app. This is great option, but wouldn’t it be nice if you could use the SIM card of your own mobile phone to make calls from the iPad without changing the number?

There’s a new Cydia appsync called PhoneIt-iPad that does exactly I mentioned above. It can turn an iPad 3G into an iPhone allowing you to make or receive phone calls and text messages. The appsync is expensive at $19.99 and it works only on iPad 1 running iOS 4.3.3 and not the newer iPad 2.

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