Truphone Announces Reworked Version of Android App
Truphone, a global mobile communications provider, has announced a significantly revised version of their Android app.Â Â Â Claiming to be faster, more responsive and easier to use, Truphone believes that their all-in-one conversations hub is the best experience one can have in terms of international calling.Â
The application makes a local GSM call to the Truphone gateway and then gets routed over their network. Â The cost of these international call are based off of Truphone’s rates in addition to your local plan.Â For most people, local rates aren’t an issue.
The improvements to the Android application come from customer feedback and lessons learned from our first application to provide a slicker and faster user experience.Â This new Android application builds on our heritage of being a pioneer in the mobile industry, providing high quality voice services and making Truphone the smart choice for people with an international lifestyle. – Karl Good, Director of Consumer Apps
In addition to making international calls, the app is also compatible with Skype, Google Talk, MSN Messenger, Yahoo! Messenger, AIM and Twitter.Â You can find the app in the Android Market for free or you can also get it from Truphone.Â For added convenience, we’ve included a QR barcode below.
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