Bria Mobile: VoIP Softphone

Bria Mobile: VoIP Softphone

By CounterPath Corporation

  • Category: Business
  • Release Date: 2017-08-08
  • Current Version: 5.2.2
  • Adult Rating: 4+
  • File Size: 109.11 MB
  • Developer: CounterPath Corporation
  • Compatibility: Requires iOS 10.0 or later.
Score: 4.5
From 74 Ratings


Bria Mobile - Your VoIP SIP Softphone for Everyday Business Communication: Stay connected wherever you go. Start or join meetings with high definition, face-to-face video, high quality audio, and instant messaging - now with Bria Push Service for enhanced battery life. For Prior Bria VoIP Softphone Client Customers: Bria Mobile is new and replaces the former Bria iPhone Edition and Bria iPad Edition clients. If you had previously purchased the old clients and want to reinstall them, you can find the instructions to do so here: Try it for 7 days free! Subscription not charged if cancelled within trial period. Please note, in-app subscription purchases are not supported through Family Sharing 1-Year Subscription: $9.99, 1 month $0.99 USD, automatically renewed until canceled Additional Subscription Information: • Subscriptions will be automatically renewed within 24-hours prior to following subscription period. Please check user's Account Setting to disable auto-renewal. HIGHLIGHTS • Highly secure, SIP-based softphone with exceptional voice quality • Pre-defined VoIP provider list available when adding new accounts • Multitasking support for background operation, such as fielding incoming calls while using other applications and Push Support • HD audio codecs including G.722, Opus & SILK + G.711a/u, G.729, GSM • Video in 720p HD when using H.264 or VP8 on iPhone 5 or later • Supported accessories include headphones, AirPods & other Bluetooth™ devices • Available in the following languages: English, Chinese, French, Japanese, Portuguese, Russian, German and Spanish. • IPv4 & IPv6 support STANDARD PHONE FEATURES • Messaging & Presence – XMPP and SIP SIMPLE support • Support for up to 25 accounts on any SIP-compliant server • Contact List & Favorites leveraging the device’s native contact directory • Call display & voicemail indicator • Speaker, mute & hold functions • Call history of received, missed & dialed calls • Call recording • Ringtones & contact avatars • Dial plan support • Multiple call support – swap between two active calls, merge & split calls, transfer calls (attended & unattended) • Automatic codec selection for optimal call quality • Support for DTMF to enter numbers to use an auto attendant • VPN support • Advanced settings that enable users to control network traversal and media options • Security and encryption via TLS & SRTP • DNS SRV record lookups & call quality statistics For more information on Bria Mobile’s features, please visit: Terms of use: Privacy Policy: IMPORTANT VOIP OVER MOBILE/CELLULAR DATA NOTICE Some mobile network operators may prohibit or restrict the use of VoIP functionality over their network and may also impose additional fees, or other charges in connection with VoIP. You agree to learn and abide by your cellular carrier's network restrictions. CounterPath Corporation will not be held liable for any charges, fees or liability imposed by your carrier for use of VoIP over Mobile/Cellular Data. Emergency Calls CounterPath's Bria mobile products provide handling designed to redirect emergency calls to the Native Cellular Dialer when possible on a best reasonable commercial efforts basis, however this functionality is also dependent on the operating system of the mobile phone which is outside of our control and subject to change at any time. As a result, the official position of CounterPath is that CounterPath’s Bria product is not intended, designed, or fit for placing, carrying or supporting Emergency Calls. CounterPath will not be liable for any costs or damages arising either directly or indirectly from the use of the software for Emergency Calls.



  • What happened?

    By mmtron
    Used to be a solid and reliable app. Now regularly crashes and won’t run in the background (if you switch away from the app, your account deregisters and you can’t receive calls). Bria does not appear in the Background App Refresh list, which goes a long way to explaining this behaviour. I feel like I’m missing something: it has plenty of features and looks and feels like the version I used to use, but for the reasons outlined is essentially worthless. What happened?
  • Fine - when it works

    By K6LL7
    After a few hours, with absolutely no warning, it stops working. Customers are ringing the business number and getting no answer - I’m entirely unaware because Bria shows as registered and connected yet is not receiving any calls! It’s a nightmare. I have to randomly call from another number to check if I’m receiving notification of incoming calls! Not at all practical when I’m out of the office. This app is not fit for purpose, especially for £9.99!
  • Before you buy read my review

    By iTopsy
    I have had this Bri for years. I bought mine when it was about £5. It has never been cheap. I expected so much from Bria, it was a mixture of good and bad. Before now, if you receive a call that is not from Apple's own call system, it was routed to the notification system. First unlock your phone, then slide down from top, tap the call and finally receive the call. Very annoying if you remember. Finally Apple can now let us pick call like it's a normal call. Bria never adopted it. If your phone goes off, just make sure you toggle Bria. If you don't you won't receive any notification. Bria had plan. They brought out a new app with subscription that promises to push calls to you just like normal phone. Please save your money and buy GROUNDWIRE. Powerful. If you like put your phone off and on again, you will receive calls as normal. No subscription. One off payment and you will never need a house phone again.
  • New subscription model a disaster

    By The VoIP People
    Have used Bria for iPhone for several years and, although not perfect, we continued to recommend it for our cloud Voip users. I can’t do that any more because the app no longer works either in background or lock-screen mode and no push notifications either, unless I pay handsomely for the privilege. Have now found an alternative, Groundwire, that does all of the above, it will even ring when I haven’t started the app - brilliant - and for a reasonable once only charge. Sorry Bria, poor decision.
  • Not recommended

    By Doghunter666
    App is definately not worth the money being a subscription makes it yet another reason not being worth the money should be like most of the other voip apps with no subscription.Not recommended.Why does the app also ask for your iTunes password as well seems strange.
  • No AirPods and regular crashing

    By fiveletterfruitguy
    Doesn't work with Bluetooth AirPods. Making it pretty impractical trying to make support phone calls while wanting to keep both hands free! While entering settings and while idling on screen the app crashes very reliably after about 50 seconds.