Callmoji iOS App Launched, Simplifies Conference Calls and Enhances Mobile CRM

Callmoji App Flow
Callmoji App Flow
PALO ALTO, Calif. - Sept. 22, 2019 - PRLog -- Callmoji, a portmanteau of "Call Emoji," is looking for a few good beta testers. Its new iOS App is the latest communications software innovation, a textable emoji that autodials into a conference call with a single click. The free app is now available via:

Frustrated with the inherent complexity in setting up simple conference calls, Callmoji Founder Tom Rapko had an iOS App coded up to help address his pain point. Now he thinks Callmoji can help other small businesses too.

"We repeatedly had problems trying to line up calls with vendors, colleagues, and clients on something so simple as a conference call. Multiple variables needed to be addressed: What's the dial-in number? Is there a pin? Is so, what is it? When is the call? What time zone? Who's on the call? Where are the notes on the call?" Rapko explained.

He figured there was an easier way to successfully schedule a call. And Callmoji was born. Callmoji is arguably the first time a conference call organizer can text a customized call emoji to the participants with all the particulars embedded in a one-click image.

Creating a Callmoji is simple; an organizer enters the call title, number/pin, date/time and subject matter. From there a customized Callmoji is created that can be texted to all the participants. And it turns out people really like getting Callmojis...especially in a mobile-centric business world where jumping on a conference call has never been easier.

"At this point our goal is to build an initial user base to provide feedback on the Callmoji experience. We want to tailor future functionality to the mobile business user's needs. What additional utility would you like to see? What's working, what needs work?" Rapko asked.

"Already we've noticed a cool side effect, people are using Callmojis not just for work. We're seeing the application transcend to birthday calls, well wishes, and retirement congratulations," commented Rapko.

Interested beta testers and early adopters are encouraged to try out the app for free on the Apple App Store via:

Tom Rapko, Founder


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