Unveils Vibrant And Chirpy Interface With a New Logo, for Its Popular Social Media Mobile App
AfricaCom, Cape Town and New Providence, NJ, Tuesday, 17 November 2015: Kirusa, the leader in voice messaging and social media solutions for mobile users in emerging markets, today unveiled the upgraded and redesigned version of its popular social networking mobile app InstaVoice. The fresh and vibrant InstaVoice will now sport a new and exciting logo.
The updated InstaVoice is now available on all three platforms: iOS, Android, and Windows. The contemporary version comes with an intuitive and user-friendly interface. The novel logo of Parrot represents the idea of an app that promotes the importance of ‘voice’ in communication. The app, just like a Parrot, is cool and vibrant.
This streamlined version comes with a simple and dextrous tab layout for displaying different types of messages viz. Missed Call, Voice SMS, and Voicemail in a unique chat-like user interface. Tabs make it easier to view and access new and old messages.
The design brings in cleaner layouts, new icons, and richer texture. This version features a subtle title bar that blends into the three tabs for Missed Call, Voicemail, and Chat. Users will now be informed of their unread messages through simple badge counts. One of the new features enables the user to get the message receipts, and read/ unread status of the messages sent, in a standard and intuitive manner.
Speaking on the occasion, Dr. Inderpal Singh Mumick, CEO of Kirusa said, “InstaVoice 2.0 has been designed not only to ensure seamless flow of communication on all platforms but also to present the inclusion of a series of novel features that give the app an entirely fresh and lively look. It now has a user-friendly interface that makes it eminently ingenious.”
InstaVoice Celeb and InstaVoice Sports services are also available in this App version in Africa.
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