Hookflash invites going out today

Just a quick update… We are launching the Hookflash invite preview this week. Yay! First group of users have already begun receiving their invites. There will be 60 invites going out this week so keep an eye out for it.

Remember, if you don’t make it into the first round of invites, don’t dismay there will be more coming as Hookflash for iPad makes its way into the app store. Down the road we’ll pick another batch of users from the invite list, so don’t give up there just yet 🙂

If you’d like to lend us a hand, please take this quick 3 question survey here: Hookflash Invite Preview Survey. Your answers will give us more information on how we can help you best, and we’ll use the feedback to plan our feature roadmap.

There were a few temporary issues that arose up which caused a delay for some of our planned features in this early release. Here is the revised initial set of features at launch:

Social Sign-in – Why would you want another user ID to manage?
Group Text – Across your entire social address book
HD Audio Calls – Call anyone across your entire social network
HD Video Calls – Face the name you see everyday
Social Context – Recent activity per contact
Social Caller ID – Context for your inbound call
Social Feed – What’s happening in your world

Looking forward to seeing you in Hookflash!

The Hookflash Team


WebRTC should use JESP or ROAP?

My understanding…

ROAP (hard questions answered via SIP experience):
Authored by Cullen Jennings @ Cisco, JDR @ Skype
– SDP-like offer/answer…

JESP (needs more definition?):
Authored by Just Uberti: Prod Mgr @ Google Hangouts & Google's Open Source Project
– SDP-like offer/answer
– Removes network elements from SDP (STUN, TURN, ICE)…

So which one? Not trying to stir the pot here, really do want to understand pros and cons of each.

Post your answer: WebRTC should use JESP or ROAP?

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