Global communicators JAJAH, is participating in the iPhone Development Program. It means their service will be available as a native application as opposed to a web-activated service. Free or low-cost international calls will be able to be made via JAJAH's known call back service for low bandwidth locations or through a Wi-Fi network. JAJAH is already available to iPhone users through the integrated Safari web browser, but this new native VoIP application will become available when the iPhone 2.0 software is released this summer.
Apple's new software development kit will mean all third-party iPhone applications, such as JAJAH, will be accessible through the Apple App Store direct from the handset, or via a PC and iTunes. For the time being, users can use JAJAH's existing call back service through www.iphone.jajah.com.