Dartboard Announces Launch Of New Messaging App For Sending Audio Messages Now Available In The App Store And Google Play

January 19, 2016 (PRLEAP.COM) Technology News
January 19, 2016 - The way people send and receive messages may be set for a big and very exciting change, with the recent announcement of the new innovative iOS and Android app Dartboard. Dartboard offers a quick and easy way to send audio messages, called "darts", that after being listened to quickly disappear. The beautifully designed app puts a new twist on how people communicate with friends.

Some of the highlights of Dartboard include: being able to send "dart" voice messages to individuals or groups quickly and easily; the option to add fun filters that can transform a voice to sound like an alien, like it was under the influence of helium or other interesting changes; the ability to send "darts" to self as reminder notes; and much more.

"We have a huge amount of confidence in Dartboard and the real value it delivers to users," commented a spokesperson from the company. "We really feel this is the future of voice mail, incorporating the best parts of a voice mail message with the best parts of text messaging. Expect Dartboard to meet even the highest expectations."

By opening the door up to a quick way to send messages without typing, Dartboard is positioned to be a favorite with people on the move; along with people who love to message just for the fun of it. With more voice mod filters expected to be added soon, "darts" that cause a laugh are sure to be flying in all directions.

The Dartboard messaging app is available in the iOS App Store and Google Play today. For more information, be sure to visit their website at www.dartboardapp.me or follow them on Facebook and Twitter for the latest news.

About Dartboard LLC:
The tech startup Dartboard LLC have the mission of making iOS apps that deliver a great deal of value, while staying light hearted and fun. Their first, the innovative audio messaging app Dartboard, has been meet with applause by industry insiders.

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