Talk with people near you wherever you go, or listen to what's going on around you. Just tune to a channel and push the button.
Over the holidays we released a major Beta version that, in addition to continuing improvements in audio quality and overall system stability, introduces a variety of new features which are motivated by how people are using Virtual Airwaves. What we’ve learned is that Virtual Airwaves really is a unique mode of communication: [...]Roger Spreen
Today, July 22, we’ve made our 2nd beta release (“build 12”) with lots of new features and fixes based on the great feedback we’ve received from the first release. The theme behind this release could be called: “Better audio, and lots more Ring features” We’ve made changes to improve the audio [...]Roger Spreen
Hi, folks! First, let me thank you for your time in helping us test the Virtual Airwaves app. (For now we just call it “Virtual Airwaves,” but there may yet be a different product name as we move towards real product release!) The feedback so far has been amazingly helpful, and represents a major milestone for us: getting [...]Roger Spreen
About Virtual Airwaves Virtual Airwaves provides the experience of 2-way radio (Walkie-Talkies, GMRS, CB) by enabling you to talk with people near you. With just a single button push, you can instantly talk to people in your neighborhood, on the highway around you, within your campus, or as you travel. Virtual Airwaves is live [...]chatterbeak
Our goal is to give everyone with an internet connection the ability to talk to people near them, or just listen to what’s happening nearby. No social network, no registration, just push and talk. If they’re near you, they can hear you. Next time there’s a traffic jam, let someone in your car talk to people up ahead and [...]chatterbeak