Amazing App: HeyTell :)Tips


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  1. irmac

    irmac Well-Known Member This Topic's Starter

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    Heys guys,
    Just wanted to share with you all this awesome app I found, its called HeyTell. It serves as an almost walkie talkie like app between any android or iphone. I really recommend checking it out. It's pretty cool to pick up your phone and see you have a live time voice message and then responded with a live time voice message.

    HeyTell - Android app on AppBrain
     

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  2. buckguin

    buckguin Well-Known Member

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    Any differences between this and Tikl?
     
  3. Luciferrex

    Luciferrex Active Member

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    I wonder this same thing
     
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    bigbadwulff Well-Known Member

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    HeyTell says it's "cross platform".
     
  5. irmac

    irmac Well-Known Member This Topic's Starter

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    Yeah, Heytell works between iPhone, Android etc. It's pretty sweet and can also show location. My friends and I have has a blast with it thus far and the best part is the messages send faster than texts.
     
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    john_ecko Well-Known Member

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    It's always running though right?

    It was killing my battery when I was trying it a couple months ago. Did they improve the battery efficiency?
     
  7. rasobey

    rasobey Well-Known Member

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    FWIW my battery is fine with Heytell running. Love the app.

    But for some reason I never receive more than one message at a time when WiFi is enabled. I can only use mobile data to get reliable incoming messages. Frustrating.
     
  8. ihatespys

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    Tikl is instant like a your clearly talking to them in room. Heytell lets you talk for a set period of time then it will load up on other persons phone so the other person has to listen to it first kinda like a text have to wait til they listen to reply. I have missed a few messages because they send em to fast back 2 back cuz dont give time to reply. But its a great app. I use both Tikl and Heytell.
     
  9. fonefreak

    fonefreak Well-Known Member

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    Isn't that like using the Dialer app to talk with someone in realtime?
     
  10. zapjb

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    Just installed TiKL. Now just need one of my friends to do likewise.
     
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    bishop0114 Well-Known Member

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    I have used Tikl while running. It seemed to work very well with S9 headsets to communicate to my running partner while listening to music.
     

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