Description: Send quick voice messages to individuals, groups and the world.
★★★★ Downloaded and used in over 100 countries ★★★★
Hallo is like texting, but with your voice! Send quick voice messages (30 seconds or less) privately to individuals and groups or publicly to followers on the app and to Facebook and Twitter.
EASY & QUICK: Simply tap ‘Say Hallo’, record, and your message is instantly sent!
FREE: Hallo is completely free to use, does not have any advertisements and works cross-platform. Never pay for a text message again.
INDIVIDUALS & GROUPS: Send private voice messages to your friends or talk to multiple friends, co-workers or your entire family at once by creating a group!
PERSONAL: Voice is more personal and fun than texting, whether you’re privately messaging one person or a group or posting public messages to the world!
SOCIAL: Post your ‘World’ (public) voice and audio messages to Facebook and Twitter and discover and follow celebrities and other interesting people on Hallo to listen to their public updates.
PRIVACY: Meet someone and want to chat, but don’t want to give out your phone number? Give them your Hallo username and connect to start talking. You control who can send you private messages on Hallo.
Developer: Hallo, Inc
Hallo is a voice messaging app that allows you to communicate privately with individuals and groups or post public voice messages to Facebook and Twitter. Hallo has re-imagined voicemail for the digital generation, making voice communication simple, quick, personal and completely free, worldwide.
This combination of private and public voice messaging makes Hallo unique from any other application and has numerous benefits:
* More efficient communication with individuals and groups — eliminate long or unnecessary phone calls
* Faster and more personal text messaging alternative
* Ability to post public voice messages to social media (Facebook and Twitter)
Hallo is being used by all types of different people and groups, desiring a free, effortless and more personal way to connect — from friends and family, to co-workers, to athletes and celebrities (Harry Shum – Glee, Steve Nash – NBA, and more).
It’s a little annoying you have to sign in with a Twitter or Facebook account.