HulloMail, a developer of smart voice messaging services, has enhanced its voice messaging application for BlackBerry smartphones with the addition of push notifications and the automatic downloading of messages.
The company said that the Hullos are short, audio messages that allows users to send and receive voice messages without making a phone call. Hullo technology is compatible across different mobile platforms enabling subscribers to talk back and forth for hours, never incurring a single voice call charge.
HulloMail subscribers will be able to play a received Hullo within their mobile app and can send a Hullo by using recipient’s email address. In addition to the Hullo feature, push notifications and automatic message downloads, offers support for headsets and bluetooth, the company said.
Additionally, the service also continues to provide subscribers with message syncing capabilities with email compliant accounts such as Gmail, MobileMe and Microsoft Exchange.
Andy Munarriz, founder and CEO of HulloMail, said: “Now with the inclusion of push notifications and auto downloading of messages, BlackBerry smartphone users will experience significant enhancements to the HulloMail service – both from a performance and feature set perspective.
“This new version incorporates our innovative, new digital messaging capability. We invite BlackBerry smartphone users in the US and UK to download HulloMail from BlackBerry App World for free to discover how our smart voice messaging technology can improve and streamline their digital communications.”
The voice messaging application (version 1.1.1) for BlackBerry smarphones is available in the US and UK. The application is available free of charge on BlackBerry App World.