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Gibberin Voice Messaging App Releases Important Update

Gibberin, the Kirkland-based communications platform, has released the latest version of its iOS app that gives users new tools and a faster, more secure experience. Gibberin records and sends audio messages quickly and easily. With Gibberin, the passion and emphasis won’t be lost or misunderstood.

“Gibberin does one thing: audio conversation. And it does it better than anyone else,” said Dave Ferguson, CEO and Chief Architect. “The increased speed and stability of this update make Gibberin an even better communication tool for business and personal use.”

The latest version adds a new audio meter so the user can see audio being recorded as they compose a gibber. Changes in a user’s collection are synchronized with the cloud service faster. Downloads of gibbers are faster and more robust. Exchanges of information and data with the server are secure. The result is a more stable and scalable product for your smart phone or desktop computer.

Gibberin is all about conversations, whether the message is going to one person, five people, or ten thousand. No misinterpretation of text-based communication or awkward speech to text translation. Just the users voice with all its intonation, inflection, and intent. Gibberin allows users to send audio messages not only to users within the Gibberin network, but to email addresses and SMS phone numbers as well. Add people to a conversation, and they can trace back and hear it from its inception. Take someone off a conversation, and continue the thread privately. And with Gibberin, the user decides when a message is ready to be deleted.

Gibberin is presently available for iOS version 6.0 or later. Android and Windows 8 versions are in development and expected in the next few months. Questions or comments can be sent to info(at)gibberin(dot)com.

For more information on Gibberin, Inc., visit Gibberin.com, on Twitter @Gibberin, or on Facebook at http://www.facebook.com/gibberin.

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