Phone for Google Voice & GTalk, Free Local and International Calling & Texting
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The TRULY FREE phone calls and texting app! Free calls & text to ANY phone number in US & Canada, or ANY GTalk users around the world, no hidden cost! The only free call & texting app that does not require the callee to install the same app.
Why you should choose Mo+:
- Free. All the services of voice calls and texting are as FREE as you believe!
- Always online. Call, chat and get connected with your GTalk friends, wherever you go.
- High-quality voice calls. The services provided by Mo+ include high-quality voice calls which can enable you to chat with your friends just like face to face.
- Easy to use. Start calling or texting with minimum tap.
More features coming soon... Stay tuned!
What's New in Version 2.1.2
- Improved the speed of sending multimedia messages.
- Voice quality and user experience enhancement.
Tons of cons & pros
Cons- Doesn't reliably ring for incoming calls (which are free) even with good wifi. Voice quality can be anywhere from horrid to fine; it's the apps fault as much as a given wifi strength. So I borrow someone else's phone when I can to make calls (because of voice quality and to save points) and text with a computer (just to save fractions of a point) whenever possible. Some outgoing texts and outgoing calls I show up as a bizarre number. Video ads which earn points are usually unavailable. App crashes fairly often. Sometimes texts I should be receiving won't show up for as long as 10 days, seems to be for particular friends' phones.
Pros- I can choose to watch ads, download apps, or pay nominal money to earn points to make calls and texts. Incoming always free. Missed calls and texts most often show up quickly so I stay in touch close to real time when I have wi-fi. Contacts are shared with gmail. Pretty interface mimics iPhone's updated phone app (I think that's behind why it's so slow and buggy). Works with iPhones and with iPod touch 5+. I have to re-log in when switching devices.
Overall, it's 60-70% reliable if you're patient, with poor voice quality even with good wi-fi. But I think it's marginally better than Hangouts Oovoo, Vtalk, Talkatone, and the like.
My Google Voice Usage
Well I have Google Voice and Tallkatone. When I added Google Voice to my G-mail, I had two numbers I had to remember, but since I was going to have to have a Google number, I just use my Google number to call my two phones and this app helps me to buy credits and still use Google Voice. Even though the Google Voice app can work with Talkatone but it cost more to get credit that way. But with this phone app, the credits are cheaper and it works with my Google Voice App. I was able to add another number and now my phone is fully operational but only on wifi
Definitely has tons of room for improvement before considering it as a reliable, primary option for calls/texts but it is a great backup for making calls via wifi when my cellphone provider has weak coverage. Thankfully, this is usually when I'm indoors or on a flight, etc anyway.
There are still other caveats though. For example, "free" actually means earning credits by doing tasks such as writing a review like this! Overall, still a nice option to have. Worth comparing to Google Hangouts for call quality, ease of use, etc.
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- Category: Social Networking
- Updated: Feb 12, 2015
- Version: 2.1.2
- Size: 25.0 MB
- Language: English
- Seller: MoPlus Inc.
- © MoPlus Inc.
Compatibility: Requires iOS 5.1 or later. Compatible with iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch. This app is optimized for iPhone 5.
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