VOIP App on e/OS

Hello,

I think in getting a phone with e/OS but I mainly use my phone for VOIP with a SIP line. I use the app Acrobit - Groundwire for this, it is the one that was most reliable on my phone. Linphone an Sipnetic sometimes have troubles
Unfortunately Acrobits is not available on e/OS.
Do you know what are the alternatives to use a SIP line on e/OS, please?

Besides, I had found a website to know which apps are available on e/OS, but I cannot find it again

Would you please recall me the website name?

Thank you

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This app is available in App Lounge in /e/OS. It seems to be a paid-for app so iI guess you have already paid. In which case you should be able to login to App Lounge using your Google I’d, install the app, then logout again

Thank you for your answer
Actually I asked to an Acrobit dev, and I think he does not know this is possible
Where could I find a website to know which apps are available en e/OS please?
Thanks again

You mean VoIP SIP apps? Maybe check out baresip, baresip+, or Sipdroid (FOSS apps).
Other than those and Linphone I haven’t tried anything else

@ThomaM e/OS queries and downloads from Google Play, so basically all Apps that are unrestricted (not needing a paid licensed or are geofenced) are available.

As Acrobits is paid and has no independent mechanism to buy and enter a license, it can’t be bought from an /e/ phone - but can possibly be installed and used after associating the /e/ phone with a Google Account that already has the App licensed.

On VoIP: I’ve had good experiences with [HOWTO] use the builtin Android SIP client to do VoIP and more so Sipgates Satellite (a service in Germany with a +49 national mobile phone number) - the latter uses Googles native push service (FCM) to signal an incoming call, that’s their secret sauce for establishing a call that is not present in the in-built client