Make and Receive Captioned Calls with Hamilton Mobile CapTel
Hamilton CapTel announced today that they have released the Android version of their mobile application. Joining the likes of BlackBerry and iPhone, the free app lets users listen to or read captions of everything said in a phone call. Perfect for folks with hearing loss, Hamilton CapTel Mobile provides captions in English and Spanish and works on Android 2.1 or higher. Other details include conversations that can be saved and read later, integration of contacts and phone numbers, and service that is available 24 hours a day.
“The development of the Hamilton Mobile CapTel App for Android marks an incredible milestone for us. There are nearly 36 million individuals in the U.S. who experience hearing loss and the addition of the Hamilton Mobile CapTel App for Android means that more of those individuals will be able to get back in the conversation. We are dedicated to delivering technologically advanced solutions that are easily accessible to individuals who experience hearing loss. More importantly, users now have the ability to place and receive phone calls away from their home or office.” – Dixie Ziegler, VP of Hamilton Relay
Hamilton Mobile CapTel works across 3G, 4G or Wi-Fi connections and can be downloaded freely out of the Android Market. Head to HamiltonMobileCapTel.com for more details!
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