Hong Kong, Hong Kong - Vweeter Limited today is proud to announce the release and immediate availability of Vweeter - Voice Forum 2.1.4, an important update to their popular audio-based social networking app for iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch devices. The app is also compatible with Apple's latest Macs using an M1 chip and running macOS Big Sur. The app allows folks to talk and sing to people around the world, recording up to 60 seconds of audio for upload to Vweeter servers.
To send an audio message in the Vweeter - Voice Forum app, simply select a pre-existing channel, or create a new one. Then, tap and hold the big orange button to record 5 to 60 seconds of audio. Then, let go of the button to upload the recording to a Vweeter streaming server. The recording can then be listened to by thousands of other users on the service.
Once a recording is uploaded, it is queued for listening to other channel users, with a message informing the user about the approximate amount of time that will pass before the whole world can listen to the recording. When no new voices are being recorded to the channel's conversation, the previous 20 recordings are played in a loop.
"Vweeter - Voice Forum allows users to conduct conversations with other folks around the globe. The app allows those who may be cooped up in their homes during the ongoing global pandemic to communicate with others, making new friends, and having interesting discussions," shares Vweeter Limited CEO, Spark So. "Using the apps press-to-talk interface is reminiscent of using a walkie-talkie to talk to your friend down the street, like many of us did during out childhood."
Users can participate anonymously, create a Vweeter account, or log in through Google, Facebook, and other social networks. The anonymous login option allows users to participate in conversations without the need to provide any personally identifying information. By logging in, users can favorite channels, ensuring they can continue to participate in conversations.
Vweeter allows users to sing their favorite songs, comment about world events, start important (or fun) conversations, or just "yell down a gopher hole" to blow off some steam. No matter what type of audio message they post, users are almost sure to make new friends from around the globe.
* Record audio from 5 to 60 seconds in length
* Simple tap, hold, and talk user interface
* All recordings are shared with other users around the globe
* View vweets by country, popularity, or only in the user's region of the world
* Start a channel or participate in existing channel discussions
* Previous 20 recording play on a loop
"We're so excited to provide a fun and easy-to-use way for online users around the globe to communicate with each other while having fun," continues Spark. "Vweets can be as serious or as light-hearted as you care to make them. Share a favorite song, express your opinions on current events, or just let off some steam. We can't wait to hear what you all have to share."
* iPhone, iPad, or iPod touch
* Requires iPadOS 10.3 or later on iPad
* Requires iOS 10.3 or later on iPhone and iPod touch
* Requires macOS 11 or later on a Mac with Apple M1 chip
* 53.5 MB
Pricing and Availability:
Vweeter - Voice Forum 2.1.4 is free and is available worldwide exclusively through the App Store in the Social networking category. Convenient in-app purchases are available. The "Go Pro" level of service, which removes ads, is available for $1.99 USD.
Vweeter - Voice Forum 2.1.4
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