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About this app

Turkey Tech is the cutting of edge of turkey calling and hunting technology. Under the guidance of three-time Grand National Champion turkey caller, Scott Ellis, you will be able to hone your turkey calling skills and better know how to use them while hunting so you can flat out kill more turkeys. The App is loaded with videos where Scott Ellis teaches you how he uses both friction and mouth calls to call in and kill more turkeys. You can then compare how you sound to real turkey audio as well as audio of Scott Ellis calling, for each of these sounds. Finally, Scott has taken his tried and true turkey hunting tips, and organized them by turkey call on the app.

Calls featured on the app (all with how-to video, real turkey audio, and hunting tips for each, including special “Pro Tips”):

Cluck and Purr
Excited Yelp
Fighting Purr
Flydown Cackle
Plain Yelp
Tree Yelp (Soft Yelp)
Gobbler/Jake Yelp
Kee kee run
Crow Locator
Barred Owl Locator

The app also includes helpful calling sequences from Scott Ellis’ hunts so you can see how to use these sounds in your calling, including:

Hen in the Cover
Aggressive Calling
Talking to the Hens
Distance of a Gobbler

Turkey Tech has two additional how-to videos that teach you how to choose and use a mouth call.

You will also be able to find out what mouth calls are used and recommended by Scott Ellis and see other companies that support the Got Game Technologies mobile app development team on our Partners page.

In sum, Turkey Tech will help you become a better turkey caller and hunter so you can kill more turkeys. It’s that simple!

**Note: Internet is required to download videos initially. Once videos and application data are downloaded, no Internet is needed to run videos or any other aspect of the app.
Updated on
Apr 29, 2020

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20 reviews
A Google user
April 9, 2019
great Little app, handy and and convenient, that breaks down all the calls really well and explains them on friction and mouth calls, really nice to compare yourself to for practice and to improve. And the real bird sounds are bonus, again nice for comparison, and the videos do an excellent job explaining the different calls on both mouth and friction calls.
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Got Game Technologies
April 9, 2019
Thank you for the positive review. Best of luck this turkey season!
A Google user
April 24, 2020
For the novice to seasoned turkey hunter this app has it all. Every sound you could need to locate, call down or call in a turkey in any situation. Each sound has a mouth call and slate call sound bite along with tips when it's best to use. Add in the suggested sequences and you are in your way to speaking the language of turkey. It's the Rosetta Stone of turkey talk! Already I have changed my calling approach thanks to Scott's guidance and enjoying the harvest. Highly recommended, Kevin Hardman
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A Google user
April 23, 2020
Hands down Scott is a reliable and credible source of information and knowledge on the subject of turkey vocabulary. The app helps out with how to use various turkey calls in certain situations, calling instructions and calling sequences. With the small interaction I've had with Scott via DM or his IG Live videos he is more than willing to help out anyone that has a passion for turkey hunting, novice or advanced. Top notch dude if you ask me. Good luck and God bless!
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What's new

-Added a streaming option for each video on the app. Now app users can either stream the videos or download them to their app, whichever they prefer.
-Videos also now fill the screen when device is turned horizontally.
-Re-incorporated introductory videos. Button to navigate to introductory videos is located at the top of the Sounds tab.
-Fixed some navigation issues.
-Updated Launch Image