July 5, 2010

Vic Mahfood


COST: 99 cents
CATEGORIES: Lifestyle, Native, Recorder, Social Networking
..UPDATED: 2/2/10, VERSION: 1.5 -- RATING: 4-1/2 Stars..

"Talk to your friends on Facebook, literally. With VoiceBook, you can broadcast your voice to all your friends."

How many status updates a day do you make on Facebook? I think many people average about three. Used to be you would pound out your update on the keyboard. Now with VoiceBook you can merely record what you have to say on your iPhone, then upload it to Facebook to be heard and enjoyed by all your Facebook friends. You have a nice, sleek interface to work with that couldn't be any simpler. Just use your iPhone to record your voice, log in to Facebook, and your friends will hear your voice spoken on their home feed.

A nice feature of VoiceBook is that there is no 3rd party site involved - your message is played directly on Facebook. Also, you may record a status update to be posted later when you choose. Hearing your voice is a lot more engaging to the person who is listening to the feed, and depending on who it is, it could be downright personal! So fingers off the keyboard. Go ahead and thrill your friends with your personal VoiceBook recorded message on Facebook.

--OS and Age Rating:  This app requires OS 3.1 or later. Rated 4+.
--Tip/Tutorials: Put a note in the Subject line to remind you of what message you uploaded to Facebook.
--Device: iPhone, iPod Touch (2nd Gen) and iPad
--Languages: English
--Developer Link: Josh Stephenson
--Twitter Link: N/A
--Facebook Link: N/A

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