Claims to offer benefits of integrated voice-email service
HulloMail, a new hybrid voicemail and email communications technology, said that it is taking its service offering to the mainstream wireless marketplace with the launch of new Blackberry app, which it claims to offer users the benefits of a fully integrated voice-email service.
The new Blackberry app will allow users to play voice-emails directly from their inbox and provides the ability to share, delete or keep voicemails, and benefit of greater personalisation as they are able instantly see photos of the person, from their personal contacts, the company said.
HulloMail, which converts voicemails into digital MP3 files, emailed and shared, offers wireless users a way to manage their voicemail communications from virtually any mobile device, standard landline phone or email account.
In addition, HulloMail for Blackberry delivers all of the standard HulloMail features including message list/media playback, sender call back, push notification, full syncing capabilities with IMAP 4 accounts and integration with Google contacts or local phone contacts, email account configuration, greeting and password configuration, and other user interface benefits to streamline easy access to and management of received voice-emails, the company said.
Andy Munarriz, founder and CEO of HulloMail, said: “We anticipate that the availability of our service on Blackberry will greatly expand the number of wireless users with access to HulloMail and we expect to see a significant increase in the mainstream market trial and adoption of the brand in both markets. We believe that ‘voice-email’ will lead to a true rebirth of voicemail and we are extremely excited about the future of this technology.”
The company also plans to roll out HulloMail service to additional major formats, including the iPhone, later this fall.