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  1. DROIDdoesyourmom

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    Ok if you guys havent already checked it out or known.. heytell is the bomb.com

    Its easy, fast and quicker than txting!

    i think this will replace texting and calling for any of you guys.. its free and easy!!


    I use it almost everytime i want to talk to any friends..
    I got all my friends hooked so i just wanted to tell you guys that its perfect.

    I would suggest you guys to try it out and see if you agree!
    There might be a few things they can work on but deff a sweet app!

    -fvaldez <--- if you want to add!
     

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    Is it better than Run-Tell-Dat?
     
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    werd yo, what does it do??

    :rolleyes:
     
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    It's a walkie-talkie app. The info below is from the AppBrain website. I've not ever used the app so can't say whether it's good or bad.


    Cross-platform push-to-talk (ptt) w/location on 3G/4G/Wifi! Use as a walkie talkie or IM to send quick, encrypted voice instant messages on Android & iOS. OPTIONAL background service alerts when app closed.

    Questions/issues? http://heytell.com/droidfaq or email android@heytell.com

    Recent changes:
    - Improved push notification performance for older Android versions
    - Vibration and alert sound can be enabled/disabled (Menu > Profile)
     
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    you can't "exit" it, once installed and running there is no where to turn it off. and there is no where to easily invite contacts.
     
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    It is definitely a great idea and fun to use. Eating away at the battery is probably the biggest drawback for me. I used it for a weekend and had to charge my phone twice as often as usual. I may go back if they can improve the battery usage and have a way that it is not constantly running.
     
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    I tried it a few weeks back and it seemed pretty good.

    The great part is my sister, who has an iPhone, is the one that told me about it. I was able to use it to communicate with her.

    I uninstalled it after a while because I didn't like that I couldn't remove the icon from the notification bar.
    But not only that, i preffer texting for quick messages.
    My sister was leaving me long messages and I kept having to delete them to make room for more.

    Maybe if they improve it in the future i will try it again.

    BTW, my sis told me to check my messages. She's sent me a bunch of them LOL.
    It lets her send me messages even though I dont even have the app.
     
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