Based on a survey made by VOIP Today, we gladly provide our visitors with a list of top asterisk applications.
Asterisk your email
VOIP Today named it Asterisk your email!,reads your email messages to you over the telephone. All you have to do is dial up your Asterisk server from any touchtone telephone. ....
Asterisk Voice Changer
This program is a voice changer module for Asterisk. This allows you to change the pitch of your voice in real time when placing VoIP calls. This software is not intended to change the gender of your voice as no formant adjustments are not implemented. This software however does an excellent job making you sound really creepy and often-times unrecognizable. Furthermore this software is not intended to guarentee your privacy as pitch shifting is not a one-way algorithm and hence can be reversed.
A common shared phone book directory based on CMS/LAMP and build for Asterisk PBX, store name and number into MySQL which will be used by each workstation browser, also by telephones with embedded browser feature.
All previous extensions will be migrate into the phonebook. FreePBX new extensions will be automatically added to phone book. The directory are splits in two sections, one local and an global phone book.
PhoneParrot is an IVR application for Asterisk that will repeat everything a person says in to the phone.
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For example, you could have PhoneParrot call your mother in the middle of the night. She will pick up the phone and say "moshi moshi", the phone parrot will then say "moshi moshi". Your mother, confused will then probably say, "who is you playa?" to which the phone parrot will respond, "who is you playa?". I think you get the idea. But phone parrot can do more than just repeat what a person says! Here are some of the cool features:
Apply voice change effect to repeated voice (Only if libsoundtouch4c is installed and phone parrot is compiled from source) Play random sound clip if caller rambles on for too long Greet with random sound clip in response to first thing caller says .
Asterisk PBX Integration Zimlet
Asterisk PBX Integration Zimlet is an Extension for Zimbra Collaboration Suite. The Zimlet does Interface with the Asterisk Manager Interface to integrate with Asterisk PBX. The main focus is dial-on-click for Phone numbers inside Contacts and Emails.
XiVO is a full PBX solution based on Asterisk with a user-friendly web interface, provisioning tools for many types of phones, CTI daemon and CTI client for Windows, Linux and MacOS. All solutions are released under GPLv3. Currently only released in French, but easy to translate in other languages, XiVO provides administrators with a simple to configure phone system.
You can find a demo on https://demo.xivo.fr/ with login root and password proformatique so you can try it out for yourself.
On the first page you have a dashboard for monitoring all processes and you can choose PBX on the menu to administer your PBX. It's not based on Freepbx or other existing software, it's a full development from scratch.
Espeak For Asterisk 1.6
A multi language text to speech module for Asterisk 1.6: I have written a module for asterisk that uses the eSpeak speech synthesizer (http://espeak.sourceforge.net/) to render text to speech. The source is available here:
It's similar to app_festival and app_flite.It's only tested against asterisk 1.6.1 on x86 Linux but it must be working for other 1.6 branches too. Comments, fixes and suggestion are welcome.
OutCALL was designed as a commercial appplication allowing Asterisk users integration with Microsoft Outlook with placing and receiving phone calls. After over 1000 downloads as a free application, Bicom Systems Ltd. has decided to offer OutCALL in open source format in order to further stimulate development of Asterisk and related open source projects.
The Asterisk .NET library consists of a set of C# classes that allow you to easily build applications that interact with an Asterisk PBX Server (1.0/1.2/1.4 version). Both FastAGI and Manager API supported. .NET/Mono compatible.
IAXmodem is a software modem written in C that uses an IAX channel (commonly provided by an Asterisk PBX system) instead of a traditional phone line and uses a DSP library instead of DSP hardware chipsets. Download now!...