FRITZ!App Fon connects with your FRITZ!Box via WLAN so that you can use your telephone at home via the fixed-line network and the Internet. Once FRITZ!App Fon has been started, it automatically runs in the background, making it easy to take incoming calls while other apps are running, or even during standby operation.
Once FRITZ!App Fon has been started, you can make calls with your iPhone, iPod or iPad directly over your FRITZ!Box, just like with a cordless handset. Incoming calls are displayed automatically. To make an outgoing call, open FRITZ!App Fon and dial the desired telephone number via the telephone book. To listen to new messages on the FRITZ!Box answering machine, press and hold down the "1" key.
- FRITZ!Box with FRITZ!OS 7 or later
- iOS 10 or later
- Fixed: Change of telephone number for outgoing calls in the app was not adopted
- Fixed: Calls to iOS contacts within Italy with country code before the telephone number
We work constantly to improve the stability and functionality of the FRITZ!App Fon
If you like the FRITZ!App Fon, we would appreciate a positive rating in the App Store!
We look forward to your suggestions for improvement, which can be submitted under "Settings > Give Feedback". Then we can make the FRITZ!App Fon even more useful!
Ratings and Reviews
Thank you AVM! can you please ad a way to allow the user to choose which VOIP account is used for out going calls( on a per call basis) also please make an English version.
Excellent! Well done AVM - you're on the right track!
Thanks for fixing/updating the last broken version!
Now we need background VOIP for iOS4 and can you please add a way to delete entries from the call list?
Re "call list".... Why can't you import the call list from FRITZ!Box? It would be SOOO awesome to come home and be able to check for missed calls using the FRITZ!App instead of logging into the web interface....
Thanks again & Cheers!
Box FW too old?
Why is that all of a sudden with 8.4.1? Too bad!
With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.