Poor interface among other things. Runs in the background without asking you, subpar interface and feature bare. Use only in an emergancy then remove.
Use Plumble Plumble is a the app that Mumble suggests for Android users on their wiki. Try that. It is far more upto date and works with cert verifications. This app was a great thing when it was released though and it was much appreciated too.
LG I love mumble on my computer..I met all my friends on it!! Then I tried to get on from my LG, the server requires a Cerifacet, but I can't find out were to make one on a LG....if you know how please respond somehow...And if you are viperwizard and/or Helopoh, Oreocat2012, Or Radioava and Cani and so a many more......HIIIII.....Btw if you are them I am Tinkerella04. 😀
Great App This is my go to when I get off my pc but still want to chat. It normally works like a charm, but there is definitely room for improvement. I'd life to toggle the voice notifications every time I turn my phone, or have a chat button to use in the dashboard so I can talk and use other apps. Other than that I have no problem with it.
Many issue's. I can connect just fine and then I get randomly kicked off the server for no reason and it offers no explanation for it. Often have to keep the microphone very close to my face ( in Skype people can hear me talking normally from quite far away so it's not the microphone). You also cannot click links in the chat. Overall it is a good app idea but needs a bit of work.
Version 0.5 on Nexus 4 The app seems more stable and intuitive than the other version available from Google. I really wish that I could turn off the voiced status reports when logging into a server or even when getting disconnected.
A few bug fixes, and some gui changes.
Added PTT softbutton, and overall bigger buttons.
Fixed wakelock crashes.
Fixed crashes caused by an unused missing file. >.<
TeamSpeak 3 – gamers’ first choice in voice chat software now back on Android.