Atlanta, Georgia – April 16, 2021 – One would think that as long as iPhones and Android phones have been around, they would have built-in capabilities for cross voice messaging. However, they do not, and it is quite a hassle for an iPhone user to send a voice message to a friend or family member who uses the Android Operating System.
Kim Komando, who hosts the Kim Komando Show, the nation’s largest weekend radio talk show, is an expert in the digital lifestyle, from smartphones and tablets to online privacy and data hacks. Kim recently did a story for USA Today covering this very concern.
Kim explained sending audio messages with an iPhone:
“When you are texting from your iPhone, sending an audio message is as easy as a tap of the button. That is, as long you are texting someone who also has an iPhone. It’s a bit trickier if your friend has an Android.”
She goes on to say, “If you have an iPhone and want to send an audio message to an Android user, open the Voice Memo app that comes baked into every iPhone. Record a memo, then share that recording as an attachment. Sure, you’re not using the messaging app, but it has the same effect.”
This means that an iPhone user has to leave the iMessage App and open the Voice Memo App. Wouldn’t it make more sense to just have an App that is integrated within the iPhone Messaging App? Of course, it would.
That is what the team at Elysium Applications was thinking when they developed the “Talk Droid” iMessage App. The Talk Droid app works on any iPhone, and once downloaded, is found in the iMessage app drawer. It is a simple solution to the cumbersome process iPhone Users have to tolerate if they want to send a voice message to a person they are texting with who uses an Android Phone.
- Simple to use User Interface: Record voice message within iMessage.
- Timed Talk: Record messages up to 30 seconds in length.
- Easy Playback on Android: Voice is sent as a high-quality audio file.
For complete information, visit: https://www.talkdroidapp.com
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