March 11, 2008 - Twinkle: My favorite SIP program [Release 1.0.1]
Free Software Magazine

Twinkle is an extremely powerful and handy SIP client. It's my current client, mostly because it just works terrifically.

April 9, 2007 - Interesting Package review: twinkle [Release 1.0] Linux and Open Source Consulting

The twinkle interface is pretty simple and easy to use, with buttons for common actions, a pull down list to choose which connection you want to use for a call, and a input field for typing in the number you would like to call.

September 20, 2006 - Twinklephone Review [Release 0.8.1]

...Twinklephone was a surprising find. Not only did it build easily, but it actually worked first time.

September 30, 2005 - Four Linux softphones reviewed [Release 0.2.1] The Enterprise Linux Resource

Twinkle supports a long list of features and has the most professional feel of the open source softphones.

August 28, 2005 - A Review of Linux-based SIP Phones [Release 0.2.1] Linux and Open Source Consulting

Twinkle opens a big, honking, window, but is one of only two Linux-based soft phones we could get working. I particularly liked that you could set the audio device used for the incoming call ring-tone to be different from the audio devices used for the speaker and microphone for the call. This means that I can have the speaker on the laptop ring, but use a headset for the actual call.