Joe Stewart I’m testing this app as an aid for deaf people. I’m the deaf person and even with noise suppression settings on my cochlear implant find hearing in noisy settings almost impossible. Have it installed on two devices so that when all else fails I can give one device to the other party to enable at least a rudimentary conversation. Testing Google Voice via microphone on keyboard, with WiFI or good G3 signal turned on, returns an acceptable level of speech to text recognition and time lags are OK. Perhaps with appropriate devices an “offline” speech to text” conversion may work if appropriate language files are downloaded. Utilising this app, possible developments of it, or other similar apps offers some very interesting possibilities for the deaf.
Bluetooth Chat I love this app
I like this app very good
Unstable connection Although the app works well. The connection to paired devices is automatically cut when user returns to home screen. It seems useful only as proof-of-concept. Not usable as a messaging app beyond the classroom.
Very great I use this for my class to chat
1.0.4 Some extra checks in the code, and now deployed in Release mode, to limit vulnerabilities.
1.0.3: Some FC bug fixes
1.0.2: The insecure connection menu option is now not displayed on Android versions that don't support it.
1.0.1: Apparently insecure Bluetooth connection support was added in Android 2.3.3. If running an earlier version when you choose to make an insecure connection you are now informed of the lack of support for that feature.
Create a chat room without necessity of WiFi or data. The best app in the store.