App features include: integrated contact list, call history, font size/color modifications and built in voicemail.
This app requires a network connection with high enough bandwidth and low enough latency to reliably process a voice-over-IP call. It is highly recommended that use of this app be done in conjunction with connection through a 4G or WiFi network. Attempting to use a 3G connection is not recommended.
Available only in USA and US territories. International calls will either be blocked or terminated.
Registration is required to use this app. If no data plan service selected, casual data charges may apply. Learn more at http://www.sprintcaptel.com .
Although Wireless CapTel by Sprint can be used for emergency calling, such emergency calling may not function the same as traditional 911/E911 services. By using Wireless CapTel by Sprint for emergency calling you agree that Sprint is not responsible for any damages resulting from errors, defects, malfunctions, interruption or failures in accessing or attempting to access emergency services through Wireless CapTel by Sprint whether caused by the negligence of Sprint or otherwise.
Due to FCC regulations, only individuals with a hearing loss can use this app.
Customer service can be reached at email@example.com.
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Environment is too noisy, sore throat, shyness, hearing ... What? is an application that you allow to use the text as a means of communication.
The use of What? is simple and intuitive:
1. Write your text or Dictate your text using the voice option.
2. Validate by clicking ok button or a smiley.
The text will be displayed in full screen. It automatically adjusts to take more space and thus be visible in order optimal.
You could also use your previous typed messages.
Example of use:
- In Concert
- In the subway
- In movies,
- With a hard of hearing
- In night-club,
- At a meeting ...
Whithout Internet permission.
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* Inbound calling requires Android 2.2 or higher
- Converts Text Into Sign Language
- Speaks The Currently Interpreted Character
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