This article contains information about which devices are compatible and supported for use with Spoke Phone. It contains the following sections:
Spoke Desktop App - Computer Requirements
64-bit version of Windows 10+, or macOS 10.14+
Minimum 8Gb of RAM
Intel i5 dual-core processor or equivalent
*The Spoke desktop app is not supported on Linux or Chromebook devices.
Spoke Mobile App - Mobile phone requirements
|Manufacturer||Minimum O/S||Minimum model|
|Apple||iOS 15.||iPhone 8 or above.|
Galaxy S10 or above.
Note 10 or above.
Pixel 3 or above.
To use Spoke Phone on Android devices, ensure they meet the minimum specifications and requirements listed below.
|Minimum Android O/S.||Android 11.|
|Minimum internal memory on the phone.||3GB RAM.|
|Power/battery saver/optimization mode.||Is turned off.|
|Apply phone optimization settings.||Phone optimization settings.|
When using a VoIP service and especially when using Spoke, it's important to make sure that you are using a professional quality wired headset, as this provides the best and most stable call quality.
Both monaural and binaural headsets work fine with Spoke, and we find that headsets with noise cancelling microphones provide the best audio experience to your callers.
Spoke recommends using the Sennheiser Circle SC 230 Wired Monaural Headset, or the Jabra Evolve 40 UC Stereo headset, which both are available with USB and mini-jack adapters so are suited for both Mac and Windows computers.
On Windows (Microsoft), we recommend using a 3.5mm mini-jack or USB wired headset.
On macOS (Apple), we recommend using a 3.5mm mini-jack wired headset.
- On OS (Android), we recommend using a 3.5mm mini-jack wired headset.
- On IOS (Apple), we recommend using a lightning-to-3.5mm headphone jack adapter.
Please note that the use of Bluetooth headsets, earphones, and other wireless headsets is not supported by Spoke nor recommended with VoIP, as you and your customers may experience call quality-related issues.
Supported desk and conference phones
Spoke understands that some users prefer a desk phone or may need a desk phone in a common area or room, such as the kitchen or waiting room.