A lot of our customers use integration with Google Analytics to track the efficiency of their online calls. As you may know, Google released the new version of their analytics and called it Universal Analytics. There is number of differences between two systems, and integration with Google Analytics doesn’t send events from Zingaya to Universal [...]
Zingaya sends audio data via the Internet connection and the quality of the connection may vary during a call. Most of the time the caller doesn’t know about his internet connection problems, until he starts hearing audio quality degradation (like audio dropouts). It’s a good idea to show him the info regarding the network connection [...]
Unfortunately web browsers for iOS devices still don’t support technologies required for Zingaya to work without any download/installation required. We mean WebRTC standard which is really close to reach “W3C recommendation” level, hopefully after that Apple will consider adding WebRTC support in Safari. Our iOS users are already familiar with Zingaya app we built as [...]
While experienced web developers had no problems with Zingaya button embedding into websites, we have also received feedback from other website owners who would like to make the embedding procedure faster and easier. We created new widget wizard that simplifies the design and the embedding process by providing new ‘Widget’ mode in addition to ‘Button’ [...]
Desktop version of Opera browser now supports WebRTC (starting from version 18). It’s exciting to see new vendors adding WebRTC support to their products. More than 200 companies participated in the last WebRTC Expo conference in Santa Clara, CA. We expect that Apple and Microsoft will add WebRTC support to their browsers in the near [...]
It’s great to see Zingaya in the top10 best startups from Moscow according to WIRED magazine, you can read more in the following article. We aren’t going to stop, expect new interesting features and technologies soon!
We will participate in Telecom Counsil 2013 summit in Sunnyvale, CA on September 18-19 , info about the event can be found at http://telecomcouncil.com/tc3/ , we are going to show our new product there for the first time, so if you want to take a look – you can meet us there. Another big event where you [...]
Firefox 22 with WebRTC support enabled by default was released today. Zingaya will start using WebRTC in new Firefox automatically. More than 50% of all browsers support WebRTC and high quality real time audio and video communication now. Great day for us and our customers! You can see a screenshot of Zingaya widget in Firefox [...]
According to Mozilla’s Wiki Firefox 22 with WebRTC support enabled by default will be released on week of June 24. WebRTC is also available in the latest release of Google Chrome for Android, but it’s disabled by default (you can enable it in chrome://flags), we have a feeling that it will be enabled by default [...]
It’s now possible to change notification settings in Notifications part of admin interface. If you specify your mobile phone number for notifications Zingaya will also send the most important notifications (expiring trial, end of prepaid period, etc.) to specified number using SMS.