Push2Talk installs on your device and has a simple interface. You can add contacts via PIN, and when accepted they instantly show in your contact list in the application. After you’re up and running and have added a contact, just press the left convenience key and talk away. While the message isn’t transmitted in real time, its pretty darn close. In tests it ran clear for the most part, with some messages getting clipped at the end (I found holding the key a bit after speaking helped this).
Push2Talk is a pretty cool app that I’m sure some will find useful. For a one-time $4.99 (Rs. 235 approx) fee its not a bad price if you have a good use for it. Hit the link below for more information.
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