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Roger

Talk with your favorite people, walkie-talkie style

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Tribe 2.0

Introducing Augmented Messaging™

TechCrunch
Can mobile app startups please stop building SMS invite systems into their apps already? The latest example of a venture-backed startup getting dinged by customers for having spammed their entire address book without permission is Sequoia portfolio company Tribe. The video chat app hit the App Store last year, and had been well-received until now.
DailyTekk
When it comes to messaging apps there's Snapchat and there's the default iOS or Android messaging apps. Everything else I'm not super impressed with and
Medium
First, this is the application which gave me the idea to start this blog. I saw everyday so many amazing product and I really want to keep track and share what happens in this amazing decade we are living. This application comfort 2 convictions I got regarding the text messaging applications : 1.
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Banta

Group chat on steroids

Banta is a group messaging app that encourages you to be silly, have fun, stay in touch with friends and enjoy life. It's founded by Australian influencers Mitchell Orval, Dylan Orval and Mark Orval (Angry Dad).

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Zello 3.0

Free and fast walkie-talkie app

Zello turns your phone or tablet into a walkie talkie with this lightning fast free PTT (Push To Talk) radio app. Talk to your contacts privately or join public channels to engage in a hot debate.

Twitter
Calls made over a walkie-talkie app called Zello show how volunteer boaters and dispatchers helped rescue local residents in Houston. https://t.co/f8vNZKwz5o
CNNMoney
"We're three volunteers looking for anyone with boats that we can jump on and help, over." These are just two of the messages that came through the walkie-talkie app Zello in one minute on Monday. In communities ravaged by Harvey, floodwaters have left people stranded on rooftops, relying on rescue from volunteers and first responders.
KTBC
"If you've played with walkie-talkies as a kid, it's the same idea. You push a button, you hold the button and you talk, and they hear you as you're talking," said Bill Moore, CEO of Austin-based app Zello. The Zello technology played a big part in helping rescuers get the job done in Houston in the midst of the Harvey aftermath.
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