You've Got Voicemail
By P.M BELL & R.A BELL
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With a touch of a button, exchange voice messages, photos, videos with Friends and Family - Worldwide! Personal. Easy. Fun.
You’ve Got Voicemail, or Vmail, is a cross-platform mobile voice, photo, and video messenger for the iPhone, iPad, iPod Touch, and other smartphones and tablets. It uses Email addresses to transmit your messages through Wi-Fi or 3G/4G*. So all your messages are FREE!
"You’ve Got Voicemail’s operation couldn’t be any easier....very streamlined and easy to use, with all basic functions of the app just a tap away." - TheiPhoneAppReview.com
FREE TO USE ANYWHERE: Because You’ve Got Voicemail uses Wi-fi or 3G/4G* that you use for email and web browsing, there is no individual cost to send your messages anywhere in the world! So you can avoid those expensive international SMS/MMS charges!
NO HIDDEN COST: Once you and your friends and family download the app, you can use it to exchange FREE voice messages, photos, and videos as often as you want! There are no fees or charges for any of your messages!
COMMUNICATE IN REAL TIME: Exchange voice messages, photos, and videos with your contacts instantaneously!
GROUP COMMUNICATION: Send your voice message, photo, or video to a group of friends at a time!
NO NEED TO CREATE A NEW CONTACTS LIST: When your contacts download You've Got Voicemail - and their Email address is in your main Address Book - their names will appear in your Vmail Contacts list! You can invite more of your friends and family to join, and start exchanging voice messages, photos, and videos for FREE! Please note that the app requires access to your Address Book to enable these functions.
NEVER LOSE MESSAGES OFFLINE: Even if you are offline or turn off your device, You’ve Got Voicemail will save your messages until you retrieve them on your next application use.
*iPhone and iPad versions with 3G and 4G capabilities must have a valid SIM card with a data plan
What's New in Version 2.6
- Brand new design
- Added finger-swipe function to return to previous screen
- Bug fixes and performance improvements