3 thoughts on “The future of voice is "apps"”

  1. Interesting.

    Then we should expect to see contextual identities supported by apps that help you keep track. Business identities can fragment for consultants and entrepreneurs. Personal can fragment for any number of reasons.

    We’re seeing the start of this with dating apps, and virtual PBX apps for business. Next, LinkedIn with CRM-like features to help you take calls from interviewers or candidates.

  2. Yeah great article, we all know that mobile is starting to take over the marketing sphere and apps is a crucial part of that, by the way the new netflix app on android is pretty cool

  3. I am hoping that by 2016 there is no need to download an app for voice, but instead use the browser to make and answer calls and there is no need for 3rd party service providers to facilitate the rendezvous.


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