Talkonaut is free mobile calling, VoIP enabled, Google Talk like application for your mobile phone. Talkonaut is available for three different mobile platforms: Symbian S60, Windows Mobile 5/6 and J2ME with MIDP-2.0. Talkonaut is known to be working on more than 500 different mobile handsets.
Talkonaut supports Jabber, Google Talk, ICQ, MSN, AIM and Yahoo networks both for chatting and voice calling.
Talkonaut allows to make free VoIP over GPRS/EDGE calls, as well as calls over 3G, or WIFI.
Text based chat (IM) features:
★ Talkonaut is a J2ME (Java to Mobile Extention) application, designed to run almost on any mobile handset with minimalistic MIDP 2.0 support.
★ Talkonaut is based on Jabber (XMPP) protocol. It allows you to connect to Google Talk servers or to any other Jabber servers using any domain name in your JID, thus evaluating free chat with any Google Talk[tm] or Jabber user.
★ Talkonaut runs in a full screen mode on your mobile and provides non-standard user interface especially designed to meet users' needs. Talkonaut evaluates a Google Talk[tm] like user interface, yet is not a copy of Google Talk[tm].
★ Talkonaut is designed to use GPRS or Wi-Fi service. Talkonaut reconnects to Jabber server each time a data connection is lost and resends buffered data, thus none of your messages can be lost.
★ Talkonaut allows you to manage your list of contacts by adding, removing or renaming contacts. Your contacts are stored on Jabber server, but not on your phone, so any changes will be visible to you while conneting from your PC or from any other mobile with same credentials.
★ Talkonaut allows you to accept or ignore invitations.
★ Talkonaut allows you to change your current presence status and supports "shared-status-list" feature of Google Talk.
★ Talkonaut shows you your participants' status information and supports "music status" of your friends.
★ Talkonaut provides sound notificaton on new message or invitation arrival.
★ Talkonaut keeps a list of ongoing chats and allows you to switch between chats easily.
★ Talkonaut keeps chat history while midlet runs. Takonaut can store chat history to GMail service.
★ Talkonaut provides a fast roster navigation feature by pressing first letter of a contact.
★ Talkonaut has a complete stylus support.
★ Talkonaut allows you to switch between "hide" or "show" offline contacts mode.
★ All notifications in Talkonaut are organized in bubble-like popups accompanied by sound.
★ Talkonaut allows you to keep a list of mobile or landline phone numbers in your list of contacts and make voice calls to them in a very cheap manner.
★ Talkonaut allows you to make voice calls to your buddies who use Google Talk[tm].
★ Talkonaut allows you to add your buddies who use MSN Windows Live Messenger[tm] to your list of contacts and make voice calls to them.
★ Talkonaut allows you to add SIP URIs to your list of contacts and make voice calls to them (like Gizmo Project users, SJPhone or alike).
★ And of course, Talkonaut allows you to make voice calls to other Talkonaut users.
* To use voice capabilities, you have to buy credits from GTalk2VoIP site.
* All voice capabilities are based on Callback technique at present, yet we are working on bringing real VoIP to J2ME world.
★ Talkonaut allows you to send SMS messages to any mobile phone, either listed in your roster or arbitrary entered or selected from your phone book.
★ Talkonaut allows you to send off-line messages to Google Talk or MSN Windows Live Messenger users