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click-to-call now working on mac browsers


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hi, I've been testing the new click-to-call webcall solution, from cyf.com website. finally, after some time, is working on mac browsers (all of them).
for those who doesn't know about it, the idea is your webpage can handle a link to call using voip communication to your desktop client, without any registration, for free.
now, you can use mac browsers to make the call, and mac clients to answer the call. finally the whole system runs on mac osx platform.
so, I think is a very nice notice.
I kindly suggest you to give it a try. I've been testing it for the last days, and I think is really working fine.
let me know about your comments.
regards,
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