Mobile Tornado’s Client Application for iPhone and Android now have the same look and feel.
The latest versions of the Mobile Tornado client app for iPhone and Android have been developed with the same look and feel so if a user has to migrate from one platform to another for any reason the end user experience would be the same for either platform.
Android PTT Client iPhone PTT Client
Android Contact List iPhone Contact List
Android Groups List iPhone Group List
Mobile Tornado’s IPRS (IP Radio Service) technology enables instantaneous Push2Talk (PTT) interaction with unlimited international and roaming capabilities over 2.5, 3G & 4G networks.
The IPRS Client which is down loaded onto your smartphone enables you to conduct one-to-one or one-to-many instant voice and text messaging sessions, view the presence status of other subscribers and manage your address book. Your mobile phone has a designated button or an onscreen button that is used to start the session.
Push-to-Talk – You can talk to a group of up to 50 users through the IPRS service. The IPRS system creates the look and feel of a two-way radio system. In order to talk you simply press the designated PTT button and your voice is transmitted immediately to the selected subscribers.
Push-to-Message – You can send or receive a text message to (from) a contact that is not offline any time even during a voice PTT session.
Presence – You can determine your availability as it is displayed to others, and view the availability of your contacts.
Personal Address Book – You can add and manage your contact list, which contains the users and groups with whom you wish to interact.
Private Session – You can start a private session with any other IPRS subscriber. You can do so either by choosing the destination party from your address book.
A private session ends when one of the parties chooses to leave, or no audio is transmitted for a configurable timeout interval.
You cannot be interrupted by any other type of session when you are in a private session.
Group Session – A group session is a session with multiple participants. Each message is broadcast to all of the session’s participants. The names and status of the speaker and other participants in a PTT group session are indicated on the handset screen.
There are two different types of group sessions, conference groups and ad-hoc groups. When your IPRS Client starts, it automatically joins your default group session.
If you are in a session and are interrupted by another session, you are automatically returned to the previous session when the interrupting session is terminated (if the previous session is still active).