Bath-based developers Alamex Limited have launched their new app ‘myTalky‘ this week which allows users to record and send audio messages.
The electronic message system can send audio messages of up to 140 seconds long to social network contacts via Twitter. Users log in to myTalky through their web browser or can download the app, record their message, and send it either privately to individual contacts or publicly to all their followers.
Alamex Limited has been creating apps, websites and white labelling digital services for more than a decade. The company is best known for its visual communication app iHi and its translation version, iHi Translate.
Founder and CEO Neil Stanley said: “We are really excited to launch not just a new venture – but what we believe is a completely new concept: Social Voicemail. No-one else is offering an audio service that connects via the social network and is so intuitive and useful. myTalky is unique.”
With a growing team of developers worldwide and two more significant launches planned for early next year, 2013 promises to be an exciting year for Alamex.