There’s an app taking the tech world by storm: the Marco Polo Video Walkie Talkie app. This app is a face-to-face messaging app where you can connect with friends and family and catch up with them. The app has been around for a couple of years, but it is now becoming trendier than ever. The app was created by a company called Joya Communications, and they aim to provide a convenient way for connecting people no matter what distance is between them.
I recently moved away to Toronto, and I’ve found that the app is a great way for me to communicate with my friends and family. Sometimes, you schedule Skype or FaceTime dates with people, but everyone can get busy and it can be difficult to coordinate. With the Marco Polo app, you can check the messages when it’s convenient for you or you can watch live and respond right away.
Marco Polo vs. FaceTime or Skype
So, what’s the difference between the Marco Polo app or using FaceTime or Skype? For starters, you can leave video messages for later if the person isn’t available. The app is slick and user-friendly, and you can create group chats.
How do you use the App?
Using Marco Polo is quite simple. First, you share the app and invite friends. Once you have some contacts, click on their profile picture and click the start button. The feed is live, and you can’t edit or redo it – it’s a spontaneous and live video. There’s even a bot that will demonstrate how to use the app.
Extra Fun Features
You can get creative with Marco Polo by adding silly voice effects, camera filters, and doodles. Some voice effects include a helium balloon, a deep macho voice, and a robot. The app is also hands-free, so you can use it when you’re walking, preparing dinner, or on the go.
Marco Polo is a great way to communicate with the people in your life. Instead of texting, you can see people’s facial expressions, hear their tone of voice, and it is time saving. Plus, the service is free to use. Also, if you’re worried about privacy, no one else has access to your messages, and communication is private.