Push To Talk for BETA

by flea papa » Tue, 01 Jun 2010 23:53:18 GMT


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 Hello friends,

We have just released a real-time Push-To-Talk application on Android
Market.

Thanks to Speex and NDK, the voice streams take much less network/CPU
bandwidth than PCM or G.711.

Voice streams are peer-to-peer to minimize delay whenever it is
possible to do so between parties behind firewalls.

Talks can be stored on SD-CARD and replayed.

The application is location based.

Most of important of all, it is free!!

Please give it a try and tell us how it doing while we are adding Push-
To-Video function to the application.

Thank you very much!!

Flea Papa

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Push To Talk for BETA

by Maps.Huge.Info (Maps API Guru) » Wed, 02 Jun 2010 00:37:19 GMT


 You might have included the app name?

-John Coryat

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Push To Talk for BETA

by flea papa » Wed, 02 Jun 2010 01:20:07 GMT


 Hello John,

Sorry. I forgot to include my app name.

It is "flea talkie (BETA)".

Here is a screen shot of the app.
 http://market.android.com/publish/GetImage?imageId=CKXrChIWAQsETAUmsgSSdBQKAjA3Ahf2Z2QAARoWAQwETAUmsgSSdBQKAjA3Ahf2Z2QAASCEpgI 

Thank you so much for your inquiry.

Flea Papa

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