Home > Hullos Google Voice Voicemail Voice mail HulloMail way to communicate > >VOICE-EMAIL INNOVATOR HULLOMAIL™ LAUNCHES ITS HIGHLY ANTICIPATED IPHONE APP AND DEBUTS ITS POWERFUL NEW SMART VOICE MESSAGING TECHNOLOGY Free Alternative Advanced Visual Voicemail Service for the iPhone

>VOICE-EMAIL INNOVATOR HULLOMAIL™ LAUNCHES ITS HIGHLY ANTICIPATED IPHONE APP AND DEBUTS ITS POWERFUL NEW SMART VOICE MESSAGING TECHNOLOGY Free Alternative Advanced Visual Voicemail Service for the iPhone

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The new app from visual voicemail innovator HulloMail™ (www.hullomail.com) optimised for the iPhone makes it long-awaited debut for mobile consumers in the U.K. and U.S. markets – and the new technology, on all counts, was worth the wait.  From the company that revolutionised traditional voicemail by introducing free, easy-to-use voice-emails comes a groundbreaking new app designed for the ultimate SmartPhone.  
HulloMail’s new iPhone app rockets the company’s visual voicemail technology to an entirely new level with the introduction of the send a Hullo feature – a powerful new, free two-way messaging capability that enables users to send quick voice messages, known as ‘Hullos’, to friends, family and co-workers domestically or overseas without them ever having to place a live call or incur a long-distance charge. 
With Hullos, HulloMail subscribers can converse using voice messages and even reply to their voicemails.   Most importantly, Hullos save time and money – users can enjoy a free back and forth verbal ‘conversation’, even overseas. For example, friends in the U.K. and U.S. can ‘converse’ for hours, if desired, without incurring a single call charge. HulloMail believes the simplicity and zero cost of this new form of digital audio messaging is destined to permanently change voice communication.

HulloMail subscribers will be able to quickly play a received Hullo message as it will immediately pop up in their mobile app, essentially enjoying a device to device service. Anyone, including non-subscribers, can experience the personal touch of receiving a Hullo if the sender simply knows the recipient’s email address. 
Hullos are not the same as Push-To-Talk (PTT), which is a more intrusive, walkie-talkie style medium.  Hullos are designed to be a non-intrusive form of personalised voice messaging, offering a hybrid solution bridging traditional voicemail, live calls and email, meeting the specific needs of today’s active mobile users. 

In addition to this exciting new voice messaging technology, the app also provides iPhone users with a menu of advanced voice communication tools. These include a centralised view, enabling simplified management of voicemails, missed calls notifications and voice message synchronisation with email compliant accounts, including MobileMe and Gmail, unrivalled in the industry.
“The iPhone is the ultimate smart phone communications device,” said Andy Munarriz, founder and CEO of HulloMail, “and HulloMail is the most advanced voice messaging complement to that technology on the market today.  With the incorporation of Hullos, our iPhone app takes visual voicemail to an entirely new level, delivering a powerful new twist on the voice messaging experience that will change the way users think of and utilize voice communication.  First, there was traditional voicemail, then texting, then tweeting … now, there are Hullos, which we believe will become a new industry standard technology.  We want to spread the word … send someone a Hullo today!” 
The rollout of the new HulloMail iPhone app will be particularly well received in the U.K. where the majority of carriers do not currently offer visual voicemail functionality.  For these users HulloMail’s service provides an immediate solution.  The app can be downloaded for free at http://itunes.apple.com.
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