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Hang w/ 3.2 Hits the Market


September 22, 2014

MEDL Mobile, Inc., a company that has introduced revolutionary, patent-pending Hang w/ app, has recently announced the release of Hang w/ 3.2 —enhanced with new features.

Since its release, Hang w/ app has been downloaded by millions of people and is available for Android and iOS. This trendy app offers live streaming from a phone with chat. Celebrities, or anyone for that matter, can log into their Hang w/ account and do a live stream with chat features.

Hang w/ will send users alerts for when their favorite people are streaming, giving everyone the chance to hang out with their favorite stars at the perfect moment.

This app allows users to create own profiles where they can update personal information and show off archives of their most recent streams. As with any social network, other users can be searched, followed, and messaged. Video chat functionality, through the profiles, will also be available.

Hashtag searches, popularized by Twitter, will be implemented into the website. Users also have the ability to stream higher quality videos during their hangouts, and they can easily arrange interactive group meetings.

The latest version enables users to send any number of messages to each other for free without having to exit the app. Users can also  delete their own archives and connect and communicate outside of traditional SMS - which often carries a per-message or monthly cost. In addition, users now have an option to use and send emoji characters within the text during live broadcasts and now within their messages.

"We realized that our users were looking for ways to connect with each other outside of the live broadcast," said Andrew Maltin, CEO.

Malting said the new update will help their users communicate with each other privately, and it will strengthen the interconnected network of users.

This innovative app can be downloaded for free and is currently in use by hundreds of actors, athletes, musicians and brands.




Edited by Maurice Nagle




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