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New feature: fast-change for channels

Callbox v2.0.2 is being released, which is an optional upgrade, but which brings 2 desirable features: First, you can now flip around through channels much easier than before; we’ve added a fast change channel picker right on the main screen so that you can spin through the channel list and move to that channel directly – all [...]

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Callbox 2.0 is here!

As you’ve probably seen if you tried to launch the 1.0 version, there is now a “2.0” version of Callbox available in the App Store! You’ll have no trouble recognizing this new version – it brings a new look to our favorite big, just-push-it-to-talk button; this represents lots of new infrastructure behind [...]

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Welcome Callbox!

Big news: Our first application is now in the Apple iOS App Store!  But don’t look under Virtual Airwaves, because you won’t find it.  What you’ll find is: Callbox!  Here at Virtual Airwaves, we have all kinds of ideas for using radio-style communication in today’s mobile world, and our TestFlight app has several [...]

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Try the “Echo” Channel

In case you don’t have any friends on the system yet, you can still test the system by yourself: just for fun, we have created the Echo Channel, a private channel with a special feature: normally you can’t hear yourself when you transmit; but with this special channel, anything you (or anyone else in your nearby vicinity) transmits will [...]

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Device Recovery, Without Accounts!

A key element of Virtual Airwaves ease of use is that it works just like any handheld radio device: there’s no account to set up, no sign-in or registration, no synchronizing; you just use it and it works.  This philosophy that each mobile phone/tablet is its own separate Virtual Airwaves device is highly practical: the [...]

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