For those who relish high fidelity but not high data consumption (and bills), Fraunhofer introduced its IIs Full-HD codec for Android and iOS earlier in the year, which is currently being used in apps like Facetime. Now you can bring some of that “CD-like” audio quality to your own VoIP app development with the release of the Fraunhofer FDK Codec Library for Android 4.1 and up, iOS 4.0 or higher and OSX. That’ll let you build less tinny VoIP apps across platforms with “direct, native access” to all the IIs codecs, according to Fraunhofer. Grab it from the coverage below, or check the PR after the break.
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