Voxer Releases Windows 8, 10 Desktop App, Download Now

By: Radu Tyrsina
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Voxer, the live “push-to-talk” system and voice messaging system, has now released its official desktop app for Windows 8 users, as we’re still waiting for the touch-enabled version to make its way.
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Those of you Voxer Business users who are using Windows desktops and laptops can now go ahead and download the Voxer Windows Desktop app on your devices (link at the end of the article). By using the software, Windows 8 users, as well as Windows 7 and Vista, can send and receive live and recorded voice, text and image messages directly from thedesktop. There’s no difference between the Voxer Windows Desktop and the other mobile Voxer apps. Here’s what one Voxer representative said:

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Voxer Business is being increasingly used in organizations that have centralized administrators and dispatchers, with unique needs to easily monitor and respond to messages. Quicker communication and collaboration can save time and reduce energy spent organizing employees, optimizing operations and saving on costs.

Voxer launches for Windows 8 Desktop users

Here are the most important features of the software:

  • Access multiple chats at the same time
  • Listen to live messages concurrently
  • Download messages onto the desktop
  • Notifications for incoming messages
  • Wired headset support

However, the new Voxer software is only available for business users who pay 10$ per month to enjoy the service. But there’s a free 30 day trial, so if you want to go ahead and take it for a free ride, then follow the link from below.

Download Voxer desktop app for Windows 8 

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