Zello Walkie Talkie Review


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On today’s show, I review, Zellow Walkie Talkie

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Zellow Walkie Talkie

Zello for iOS

Zello for Android

Zello is the place for free live private and public conversations.

Join millions of people who use Zello instead of texting. You can use it one-on-one with a friend, for a live group call with your family or soccer team. The Zello app can even replace 2-way radios at work.

Zello is the only place for live open group communication – old school CB Radio style. Create a live Zello channel for your forum or customers, or enjoy conversations from across the globe.

+ Free live voice over any network or Wi-Fi connection

+ See who’s available or busy

+ Send photos to friends instantly

+ Replay messages later, even if your phone was off

+ Cross-platform

+ Free with no ads

+ Won’t spam your friends

+ Lets you delete your account

+ Supports Apple Watch as remote control (no audio support yet)

I think this app could be very useful for a number of reasons, particularly in times of crisis such as inclement weather or disasters. The ability to connect via voice even if there is no cellular connectivity is a nice feature (WiFi is necessary). The other benefit I think this brings is another clear sense of context that one might not get via a text message. It reminds me of the days of Nextel and direct connect / chirp.

I’ve been playing around with it. I think it could easily solve problems and expenses that many have in corporate communications. In fact , I think it democratizes that need.