Discord Portable is a portable version of Discord; A Free Text and Voice Chat tool popular amongst online gamers can be used for (VoIP) Voice Over IP, text chatting, and as a file exchange tool. Many prefer using Discord over TeamSpeak and Skype as it is easy to setup and work with, and appears to be less resource intensive.
MicroSIP is a Free Open Source Portable VoIP Voice Over IP Software. It can be used to send and receive phone calls or video calls “Point to Point” for Free by IP address to other people who use the software, or to telephones via your favorite non-free SIP provider. MicroSIP is lightweight and can be run portably from a USB drive, storing it’s changes back to an ini file.
Loudtalks Lite is a Free Portable Tool that supports Push to Talk (PTT) Voice Over IP (VOIP) communication. It functions similar to popular software like Skype. However, with it’s distinct advantages, some consider Loudtalks a Skype Replacement. Real Time, Face to Face like voice communication. It’s Unobtrusive, you can listen when you want. You can receive messages if you are not at your PC and listen to them later on. You can have multiple independent conversations simultaneously. You can also have live group voice conversations with a few to hundreds of people at once. There are versions for Windows Mobile and Windows devices (So you can also run it from your phone).
Phoner Lite is a Portable VOIP (Voice Over IP) or Internet Phone that can be used to “make phone calls using your computer” enabling you to establish Voice over IP communication with your friends, colleagues, clients and more. Phoner Lite is Freeware and shares the same basic code as Phoner, however utilizes a different GUI.
PicoPhone is a Free VOIP Internet Phone application with chat. The author created PicoPhone because most Internet phones use overly complex protocols that can cause problems when used with NAPT routers. PicoPhone uses a simple UDP-based protocol and works well with NAPT. Connections are accepted on UDP port 11676.
Codyssey offers a Skype Portable conversion tool or Skype Portable Launcher that can be used to convert an existing installation of Skype VOIP software on your PC to a Portable Skype that can be stored and run from a USB device. Skype is a popular Voice Over IP client that can be used for making calls via an internet connection. The created portable version is even compatible with the CodySafe Portable Applications Launcher.
12Voip is free Portable Voice Over IP software (Internet Phone). Like many other VOIP products, it enables a computer user with internet access to have superb high quality voice conversations with friends and relatives from all over the world. Using this 12Voip tool, you can call landlines or even mobile cell phones for free * in the USA and many other Countries, using only a computer and an internet connection. You can also call online friends using “peer-to-peer calls”. This application requires roughly 9.85MB for completely portable stand alone installation.
TeamTalk is Portable VoIP software that enables a user to easily communicate with their friends, colleagues or clients via Voice over IP communication. Much like TeamSpeak, with TeamTalk any number of people can participate in a conference type conversation, only limited by the bandwidth available to each user. The user can choose his or her own audio quality which determines the throughput required to each user. This application requires 4.7MB of disk space for installation.
Phoner is Free electronic portable VoIP Internet Phone software that enables a user to make and receive VoIP calls through SIP. Perform Voice over IP communication with your friends, colleagues, clients etc. You can even send emails via the built in SMTP client. With Phoner, users can send SMS to mobile phones, record messages via an onboard answering machine and much more. This VoIP application requires 5.9MB of disk space for installation.
Skype is one of the more popular VOIP or Voice over IP peer to peer telephony clients. VOIP clients allow you to communicate with others using your internet connection. In the following tutorial, we explain how to run Skype from a USB device and bring the application with you, wherever you go.