Ring your friend like a phone call to start texting

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Ryan HooverPro@rrhoover · Founder, Product Hunt
To be completely honest, I don't know why people would download yet another messaging app that simply vibrates when a text conversation begins. This is iMessage (and most mobile messaging apps) default behavior. Maybe I'm missing something, @m_arbesfeld?
Matthew ArbesfeldMakerHiring@m_arbesfeld · LogRocket
@rrhoover We found that normal texting is slow and low-bandwidth, while phone conversations required that both parties are free to talk. "Cluck" is really a hybrid between the two: you get the efficiency of a phone call (via vibration and real-time messaging) with the casualness of texting. It's basically a version of text messaging that is optimized for speed of communication.
Eric WillisHunter@erictwillis · Working on something new
Mobile app that vibrates your friend's phone like a phone call to start a real-time text conversation.
Matthew ArbesfeldMakerHiring@m_arbesfeld · LogRocket
Awesome to be on Product Hunt! We made this at MIT as a way to make communication via text as efficient as possible. I think the best way to explain the app is through steps: 1) Tap on a friend to vibrate their phone like a phone call. It really gets their attention. 2) When they answer, you start a real-time text conversation. 3) The messages are deleted when you end the Cluck. Hope you guys find this as useful as we do. Happy Clucking!
Michael Sitver@msitver · I build things
This is an interesting solution to a real problem. When I have something time sensitive, I call, because text tones are too easy to miss for a while!