Communications capabilities with Zello

Zello-Walkie-Talkie-IconGet push to talk styled communications capabilities with mobile device and PC users in this cool Windows app.

Communication is  the key to productivity. I’ve heard it said millions of times.  In many cases, instant communication can be a God-send.  This is the biggest reason why push-to-talk (PTT) is such a critical and effective communications tool; and the biggest reason why I like Zello. It’s a PTT app for your Windows PC.

Z-02Zello is a free push-to-talk application for smartphones and PCs. It’s lightweight, easy to use and extremely fast. It’s also free for personal use; and can be used on any combination of Android, Blackberry, iOS and PC’s.

One of the best things about Zello conversations is that they’re are almost as fast as face-to-face conversations.  They are also faster than online communications.  All you have to do is click to talk. There really isn’t any need for any kind of real configuration.

Zello supports channels where you can talk to up to 100 people from anywhere in the world at the same time.  You can record your conversations and re-play them whenever you want.

Zello is lightweight. The program uses very little system resources and memory.  Zello doesn’t require you to use a headset. You can use your phone’s speakerphone, a plugged in or built-in microphone or connected speakers, for example.  Zello works great over Wi-Fi and 3G.  It will also work over GPRS and EDGE, but its performance isn’t as robust at those slower speeds.

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Skype Video Chat now works on Android Phones

Skype has just released a major update for Android users which adds Video calls to Android.

Don’t just say ‘Hello’ – give someone a wave on video over Wi-Fi or 3G on Android phones.

It’s a big step but unfortunately, this cool new feature is only available on four phones, at list for now: HTC Desire S, Sony Ericsson Xperia Neo, Sony Ericsson Xperia Pro and Google Nexus S.

The thing is that all the smartphones listed above run Android 2.3, but I’m sure that the company is working to make video chat available on a wider range of devices.

You can get the new Skype from the Android Market.

P.S.: Skype seems to work on Samsung Galaxy S too. The only thing that you need is Android 2.2 Froyo or later.

 

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