TalkBox Voice Messenger

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TalkBox Voice Messenger
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Developer(s) TalkBox Limited
Initial release January 18, 2011 (2011-January-18)
Stable release iPhone v1.94, Android (varies depend on devices), Windows Phone v1.2 and BlackBerry v1.1
Operating system iOS, Android, Windows Phone, BlackBerry
Available in multilingual
Type Instant Messaging Client
Website http://talkboxapp.com

TalkBox Voice Messenger (formerly named TalkBox) is a smartphone application that enables users of iPhone, Android, Windows Phone and BlackBerry to easily communicate via push-to-talk instant voice messages as well as sharing geo-location, pictures and group chat with one another.[1] Users’ voice is carefully curated and delivered by TalkBox voice bubbles of maximum 1 minute in length. TalkBox also integrated with different social networking elements which enables users to post voice post using Agent Twitter or Agent Facebook. It can also be applied to different business scenario from talking to an oversea business acquaintance without having to schedule an appointment to brainstorming a new product ideas with the team using group chat.

The first version of the program was released in January 2011.


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