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Allworx extends applications to Android devices

Rochester Business Journal
December 13, 2013

Allworx Corp., a Windstream Corp. company, has extended its Allworx Reach application to Android devices.

The new functionality allows users to make and receive multiple calls from large, visual call windows.
Users can listen to voicemails in any order and their inbound, outbound or missed calls can be tracked through a comprehensive system. 

"Extending the compatibility of Allworx Reach to accommodate the increasing popularity of the Android platform is an important phase in the development of the application," said Chris Hasenauer, vice president and general manager. "Reach has already been welcomed as a productivity enhancer by Allworx customers, and Android users are looking forward to realizing the benefits of the application."

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