Zello enables push-to-talk (PTT) capabilities in applications. Unlike traditional walkie talkie radios, Zello has no limits on channels and users. The Zello API is used to embed channels into any application, and create ad-hoc conversations on the fly. The API supports anonymous accounts, streaming voice messages, sending images, and sending locations.
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