Voxer Adds A Web Version To Its Push-To-Talk Business Messaging App

TechCrunch

Voxer, the mobile messaging app that started out 2013 with a little notoriety (thanks to Facebook cutting off its API access), is today taking the next step in its transformation into a paid enterprise push-to-talk and chat product: the company is launching Voxer for Web, a version of the service that links up the company’s paid Voxer for Business iOS and Android apps with a desktop version.

Priced as part of the company’s bigger Voxer for Business service — rates for that are currently $4.95/user/month but are going up to $9.95/user/month January 1, 2014 for sign-ups after then — the web version will help Voxer transform from one that can be used as a person-to-person communication system into a more unified product, to also include those who are in a stationary place and need to communicate with many workers at once. Think dispatchers for taxi or other delivery…

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