Highly Recommended You *could* spend all day getting to set up a Mumble/Murmur, TeamSpeak, or Ventrilo server and hope your ISP doesn't block the ports you need open. You could buy/rent a dedicated server to avoid this, but that costs money. Razer Comms has great audio quality, low latency, and it's free. My team uses it and we're pleased. (It could seriously use a new icon, though.)
Working fine except for the voice chat. Voice chat works sometimes but I mainly use it to chat with the group when im not on pc. The new texting feature was the main thing I been waiting for. You can now reply to text messages on you phone trough comms on pc
Indeed its "For Gamers by Gamers" I was completely impressed by the concept of this app , but I'm not able to change my profile pic. Hope you resolve this issue in the upcoming updates - Using ASUS ZenFone 2.
I like it I love the call notice feature as I often play with my headset and miss calls. Although I'd like it if the android version resembled the pc one, looks wise. Also the android version tends to be late even up to 30 seconds showing you messages that you've already read.
Battery drainer I love the concept I was a pc gamer with teamspeak at the base of our community. mobile gaming is now much better with your app...only problem I see is the battery life vampire within your app...10% drain in 30 min...pretty excessive
Better Alternatives Can't find a reason to ever use this versus Discord. I suppose if you're looking for that Razer name. This one's for the fan boys
1. Improved connection speed to messaging server.
2. Automatically attempts to send unsent messages when you reconnect to a network.
3. Ignoring a GSM call via desktop will automatically silent your phone until the call is dropped.
TeamSpeak 3 – gamers’ first choice in voice chat software now back on Android.