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Add images and sound to messages

All from the same window, you can send text messages, add images and sound clips, or hit the call button to talk directly.
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Your chat window is your history

The message window shows calls, images, texts, and every other communication with each contact.
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Incoming call

When a call comes in you can touch the green phone to answer or the red one to send the caller to voice mail.
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Use a different voice

Instead of recording a voice mail greeting with your own voice, you can choose from several premade voice types that will read out a typed greeting to incoming callers. The voices aren't perfect, but the typed greeting features add variation and can be pretty funny when used creatively.
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Only 60 minutes

If you want to call your friends who don't have the Libon app, you'll only have 60 minutes of calling time per month. Divided up among all your calls for an entire month, 60 minutes isn't much at all.
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