Voxer Partners with Intel to Optimize Voxer Services on New Android x86 Platform

SAN FRANCISCO - December 5, 2013 - Voxer, a pioneer in push-to-talk (PTT) and multimedia messaging, today announced it has collaborated with Intel to optimize both the free Voxer app and Voxer Business app on Intel Corporation’s latest Android x86 platform for tablet devices. Through the partnership, the free Voxer app for Android and Voxer Business app for Android were tested and verified to run effectively on tablets with Intel Inside®, offering users continued access to Voxer Business applications on Intel’s devices.

Seamless instantaneous communication regardless of device or location is the cornerstone of today’s global economy, and having easy access to quickly chat and collaborate on activities is priceless. With the free Voxer app for Android and Voxer Business app for Android, developed on Intel x86 for tablet devices, users are able to communicate from anywhere in the world in real-time via voice or text with the push of one button.

“Offering our users choices on the types of devices they use to communicate is a driver for Voxer,” said Itamar Kandel, chief revenue officer, Voxer. “Through our partnership with Intel, we further substantiate our commitment to our customers and solving their communications needs. With Voxer’s services now supporting the Intel Android x86 platform, customers are able to utilize our cutting-edge push-to-talk application on mobile devices, including Android tablets.”

The Intel® Software Partner Program is a global, online membership program for independent software vendors (ISVs) developing commercially available applications for Intel platforms and technologies. The program gives ISVs access to a portfolio of resources that support the key stages of their business cycle from planning and development to marketing and sales.

*Voxer has raised $30 million in funding from investors including Intel Capital.

About Voxer

Voxer was founded in 2007 with the vision to make worldwide communication easy and more efficient. The privately held San Francisco-based company launched its first consumer walkie-talkie and text-messaging application Voxer in 2011. Voxer now offers a high-performance push-to-talk service for enterprises, Voxer Business. The company has raised $30 million in funding from Institutional Venture Partners, Intel Capital, SV Angel, CrunchFund and other investors. To learn more, please visit www.voxer.com.

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