Jio4GVoice app, which was originally rolled out as JioJoin, is a dialer app from the company that can be utilized to use Jio without a VoLTE able handset, make calls from your Jio SIM-based phone, even make calls through the JioFi 4G hotspot (on Android), and send text messages. The iOS app has now got an upgrade, with version number 1.6 transporting in aspects such as support for video calling on VoLTE handsets and constant notifications of incoming call as well.

Jio4GVoice for iOS Receives Video Calling Support

The version 1.6 upgrade to Jio4GVoice now allows VoLTE phone consumers make video calls via the app, something that was impossible previously. Earlier, you might use the dialer to send SMS or make calls, but it did not permit you to do video calls. On the other hand, the newest update modifies that, and a small button of video calling also appears up adjacent to the button of voice calling for all your contacts. Certainly, for the video calling to run, the consumer at the other side must also have the app of Jio4GVoice downloaded on their handset, and a operating Jio SIM also. Unluckily, the iOS app does not back JioFi gadgets.

Jio4GVoice v1.6 also transports constant notifications for incoming call to let the consumers know more clearly when they get a call. In addition to the new features, there is also the standard fresh crop of stability improvements and bug fixes that come along with each new upgrade.

With this upgrade, VoLTE consumers now have a cause to install Jio4GVoice, since it transports in the feature of video calling support. Originally, VoLTE handset consumers with a Jio SIM might just utilize the normal dialer of the phone to call contacts. Jio4GVoice had some extra characteristics, but it is something that might simply be overlooked. Extra features comprise an “urgent call button,” which appears upon your phone contacts so they know it is not only chitchat. In addition to this, during a call, you can also give in details of your location, or give in pictures, which seem to be helpful, but are used rarely.