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>We took voicemail to facebook for Android now we’ve done it again with iPhone!

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Just two weeks after launching the Facebook share feature on the Android app, we’ve today announced we’ve extended this new feature to the iPhone.
Our iPhone users can, for the first time, easily share voicemails directly ontotheir Facebook wall from within the app. The messages can either be a voicemailthat has been received from a contact or a Hullo (an instant voice message),which can be recorded and immediately posted onto the popular social networkingsite for friends to hear. 
The FacebookShare feature is an extremely quick and easy way to share inbound and outboundvoice messages with friends so they can hear an important update or a classicmessage.  It also offers a new wayto keep in touch with friends online; now, instead of simply reading statusupdates, users can listen to what friends have to say and, in turn, hear theirtone of voice, expression, humour, sarcasm etc. 
Andy Munarriz, our founder and CEO, said: “With the introduction of our Facebook Sharefeature for the iPhone app, we are offering a completely new way for users toshare voicemails and voice messages with their Facebook friends. It adds acompletely new and fun dimension to both voicemail and the social networkingexperience. Next time a priceless voicemail is received, both our iPhone andAndroid users now have the option to instantly share it on their Facebook pagefor their friends to enjoy. I believe that voicemail will never be the sameagain.”
The new facebook share featureis included in version 1.2, which is available to download now via iTunes today!
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