With increasing population, congested traffic networks and extravagant pulse prices, AireTalk is a refreshing entry in the android market. PingShow has entered VOIP strands with a stable and efficient application. The advent of internet subscribers going mobile has transformed the face of communication today. People want to be live with their known ones 24*7, knowing their whereabouts, sharing their moments untainted by the parameter “distance”. AireTalk performs all these dimensions firmly with video calling, voice messaging, sms, mms, group messaging, Walkie- talkie, file transfer and a GPS feature.
This app uses high quality digital peer 2 peer voice calling technology which facilitates crisp sounding digital voice calls over IP calls. It independently provides volume amplification mode. Video quality is good with minimum bandwidth usage. Calls can be made from Aire to any Aire user just by clicking on the contact’s name. It provides multi communication with simple and robust navigation.
Although similar to a number of apps in VOIP market, it maintains a variety of chat tools such as voice/text messaging or the innovative Walkie talkie feature for quick chat with your friends. Since all this is supported through the net, the app has provision for international calls too.
It has an enriching interface and is supported with simple navigation. Hold the talk button to communicate with your friends in Walkie talkie mode. Locate your friends on Google maps or perhaps transfer important files and folders with a simple click!
All the usual VOIP features are included by default like Facebook login and contacts integration which not only helps you connect to Aire users but with other circles too.
Android and iPhone market is evolving at a dynamic rate. Many apps in the market still need to upgrade themselves in order to perform efficiently. In such a scenario, it would be interesting to note if AireTalk could generate a natural intuitiveness for its users. Often compared as a fusion of WhatsApp and Viber, its users complain about the absence of group chat feature. Nevertheless it’s a long way for AireTalk in becoming the “app on the go” for the users. It is easily customisable and improvises on the user’s needs. It is interesting to note how much the inclusion of a personal radio station will affect the general mode of popularity and acceptance, with the most recent version update of AireTalk. This feature could be the start of “Radio Station on the Go” services.
Users who are switching to AireTalk can keep their fingers crossed for new interface and more fluidity in user experience in the coming updates. More features such as conference calls, integration with twitter and other online social networks will work in favour of the App. The App features and possibility of expansion in sense of availability on all platforms looks promising and not far-fetched, considering the fact that the users don’t have to pay a single dime to use this app and still enjoy an ads free experience.