Armour Mobile’s latest version includes in-call switching between voice and video

Armour VoiceArmour Mobile is available as a cloud or an On-Premises solution. (Image source: Michael Pollak /Flickr)Armour Communications, a provider of specialist, secure communications solutions, has released the latest version of Armour Mobile, which focuses on allowing users in-call switching between Voice and Video

Unlike other apps, Armour Mobile does not require all users to move to video simultaneously. With Armour Mobile, a single user may switch to video, which can be particularly useful when one caller is on a low bandwidth connection.

Speaking to the press, David Holman, director of Armour Communications, said, “We have upgraded Armour Mobile to provide the option for a participant in a call to select voice or video during a call, give maximum flexibility with their communications and extended the management features of chat groups.”

A government certified solution, Armour Mobile, can be downloaded from the app stores and used on company-issued or staff owned devices (BYOD). According to the company, it is centrally managed either on the Armour secure cloud, or as a full on-premises installation, giving enterprises high security, control and privacy for their corporate data.

Armour Mobile aims to provide secure voice calls, video calls, one-to-one and group messaging, voice and video conference calls, file attachments and message status. The app has been awarded many certifications including Commercial Product Assurance (CPA) from the National Cyber Security Centre (NCSC) and is included in the NATO Information Assurance catalogue.

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