Maaii app for Android offers free talk and text

Here at Phones Review we always like to keep readers informed about new and useful mobile apps and today we have some good news for Android device users. Maaii is a new multi-platform mobile app that enables users to make calls and send text messages for free and although it was already available for iOS it is now available in beta form for Android devices.

The launch of Maaii beta on Google Play will be welcomed by the many Android device owners who want to try out this communication app, especially when considering that in the six months since the iOS app became available there are now over one million registered users. Now HD quality voice communications and Facebook integration will be available free to even more users worldwide and the Android beta testing of Maaii has already seen tens of thousands of people testing out this mobile VoIP application according to Maaii Vice President, Chris Lewis. There are also plans to extend the service with a wider range of integrated voice and messaging services.

Maaii beta — free calls & chat for Android is available free from Google Play here and compatible for devices running Android 2.1 or later. App-to-app calls and texts are unlimited and free and it has all of the main functions of the iOS version including predictive dialing to speed things up and social syncing for placing calls or texts to friends on Facebook without having to know their phone numbers. There are also push notifications for incoming calls and messages and to be informed when a friend joins Maaii.

The Maaii beta app for Android also features international voice roaming so users can call friends over landline or mobile numbers in more than 200 worldwide destinations, and they don’t have to be using Maaii. This is a simple-to-use app that we imagine will be very useful to a lot of people and if you want to check it out on Android remember to hit the earlier link to take you straight to the app download.

We’d like to hear what you think of Maaii. Are you an Android user pleased to be able to give it a whirl? Maybe you’ve already tried it out and could tell us your thoughts on this communications app? Let us know with your comments.