Zello is a free social walkie talking app with 55 million registered users. The app is available for iOS, Android and BlackBerry devices and Windows PC. It allows anywhere from two to 1,000 users to have instant, live conversations with. Zello works with Wi-Fi and data plans.
Users can talk one-on-one, start a channel (like a group) or join one of thousands of existing public channels. The app is available in more than 20 languages, which lets people to connect globally.
Zello@Work is for companies needing a secure private network and looking to replace two-way radio. It has a web-based console and works with Windows rugged devices. The service is free for up to five users.
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|Launch Date||January 20, 2012|
Zello is a free push-to-talk walkie talkie app for Android, BlackBerry, iOS devices and Windows PC. Push the button for instant, radio-style communication. International conversations are free.
Talk one-on-one, start your own channel or join one of thousands of existing public channels. Connect globally in more than 20 languages.
This is the consumer app. If you want to use Zello on Windows rugged devices or a company’s private secure network, refer to Zello@Work.
Zello@Work is push-to-talk for organizations. It allows organizations to run Zello on a private, secure network with advanced encryption. It comes with a web-based admin console to manage users, channels and settings. Organizations can integrate Zello@Work with their systems through API and SDK.
It works with Motorola, Intermec, Honeywell rugged devices, iOS, BlackBerry and Android devices, and Windows PC. It also connects to existing two-way radio systems. Zello for Windows PCs can create a dispatch for use with other applications. It’s free for up to five users.