VoxWeb is bringing their Orange Line to the Android platform with the release of their app to Google Play. VoxWeb is an app that let’s users attach an 11 second audio clip to any image. The idea of the audio clip is to take the place of whatever caption a user might type out. This can result in a more intimate peek into the picture taker’s thoughts about an image or it can capture the sounds of the atmosphere of whatever is being captured. VoxWeb helps users identify images that have an audio component attached by underlining them with an orange line.
Besides the ability to attach audio to images using the VoxWeb app, users can also access the VoxWeb social platform called “Life.” Users can browse what is being posted by other VoxWeb users, keeping an eye out for the orange lines. Users can also send their speaking pictures directly to other users they are friends with who also use the VoxWeb app.
VoxWeb is currently rolling out globally, although that process is expected to take 6-8 weeks. You can check out VoxWeb in the Google Play Store using one of the download links below.