SEOUL, SOUTH KOREA–(Marketwired – April 26, 2013) – There have been a lot of free call, chat and messenger applications that can be downloaded for free. But now, there is a great application that allows users to easily and instantly communicate for free; TTtalk Walkie-Talkie.
This app can transform your phone into a supreme walkie-talkie and instant messenger. With this app, users can communicate with any TTtalk user around the world for free via the Internet or mobile network. TTtalk Walkie-Talkie works over WiFi, 3G, 4G and EDGE.
TTtalk provides a real-time audio streaming service reminiscent of Nextel’s PTT (Push-to-Talk). Also, it guarantees high quality voice and fast messaging delivery.
To use TTtalk, people can simply download the app (available on the App Store or Google Play Store, https://itunes.apple.com/app/
This app is very easy to use and the user interface is very similar to other messenger’s styles. Users just hold the talk button to send a quick voice message to a friend or group. They can also send text messages, videos and photos within the conversation.
With the TTtalk Walkie-Talkie, people can enjoy lots of great features, like emoticons, stickers (moving emoticons), and express themselves with audiocons (voice emoticons).
TTtalk audiocons will provides a new and exciting messaging experience. In addition, users can update their friends about their daily lives using one of the app’s many features.
If they use TTtalk Walkie-Talkie, they will never miss a message. They can playback any old messages and even receive messages when their phones are off.
Actually, the TTtalk Walkie-Talkie is not a rookie. This app has been ranked at the top of the “free social networking” category in Korean App Store and Google Play Store.
TTtalk also is the #1 PTT (Push-to-Talk) application by Komobile, Inc. in Korea. An advantage of TTtalk is that it has low data usage and is optimized for mobile networks. A one second audio message takes only 2KB, which is much less than other mobile VoIP app’s data consumption. Now, it’s time to meet TTtalk. Users can be the judge.