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Voxeet Launches Mobile Apps for Natural Conferencing

Crystal-Clear Conference Experience Now Extended to Android and iPhone

SAN FRANCISCO, CA -- (Marketwire) -- 12/12/12 -- Voxeet.com, provider of affordable crystal clear Natural Conferencing with immersive 3D audio technology, today launched new apps for Android and iPhone, delivering its innovative technology that simplifies the modern conference call to the two most popular smartphone platforms on the market. Voxeet's new apps will now enable participants to switch among devices without disrupting the conversational flow of Voxeet-based conference calls. Voxeet is the DEMOGod winner of the Spring 2012 DEMO Conference.

Anyone who's been on a conference call -- of which there are more than 100 billion minutes worth each year -- knows firsthand how awful they can be. Voice quality can be muffled and choppy. Background noise can be distracting. If more than one person is speaking at the same time, it can be impossible to tell who is whom, or even worse, the sound can cut out entirely. Voxeet's Natural Conferencing technology eliminates all of these problems, and more.

"Our new Android and iPhone apps provide the ultimate in conferencing freedom -- you no longer have to hang up and redial when you're on the go," said Voxeet founder and CEO Stephane Giraudie. "The whole idea of Natural Conferencing is to allow participants from multiple locations to forget about the call and focus on the conversation. Now you don't even have to be at a fixed location to join the flow."

Natural Conferencing benefits include:

  • Crystal-clear sound reproduces the natural way the brain analyses sounds. People don't cut out when they talk at the same time and background noise stays where it belongs.
  • Immersive 3D sound and speaker recognition provides audio and visual cues that make it easy to follow who's speaking.
  • One-click transfer -- Seamless mobility lets you transfer calls between smartphone and PC or tablet without interrupting the call and disrupting your colleagues.
  • Facebook and phonebook integration make it easy to share and invite participants.
  • Whispering mode allows you to conduct private one-on-one conversations without disrupting the conference.

Voxeet Natural Conferencing calls are as productive and natural as face-to-face communication. Voxeet users hear every word and always know who's talking -- even when several people talk at the same time.

Users can download Voxeet for Android from Google Play at http://play.google.com or Voxeet for iPhone from the App Store at http://www.itunes.com. For more information about Voxeet, please visit http://www.voxeet.com

About Voxeet

Voxeet Natural Conferencing provides affordable crystal clear, relaxed conversations, free of the choppy, walkie-talkie strains of traditional solutions. Patent pending 3D-immersive audio technology with visual cues lets you listen to multiple participants as if you were seated around a conference table. Other Natural Conferencing features include the ability to "whisper" to individual participants, and transparent transition between computer and mobile. To learn more about Natural Conferencing, please visit voxeet.com.

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