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Path Introduces Path Talk, Their Own Stand-alone Messenger App

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Path, the “private” social network that has evolved substantially over the years from its early beginnings as a life tracker, released a companion app called Path Talk, today. As the name suggests, it’s a new messenger app. Well, it is the messenger portion of Path pulled out as a stand-alone messenger app with loads of new features.

Path Talk has this neat feature called “Ambient Status” that automatically tells your friends when you are in transit, nearby, or low on battery, so that they know if they should contact you or leave you be. It also makes sending music, maps, and photos easy, allows you to quickly reply to people with a single swipe, and can do voice messages (hear that, Hangouts?). 

It looks and sounds great, but of course, it would take an enormous amount of work to get you and all of your friends onto Path Talk and away from the other 18-dozen messenger apps they are probably using.

Here are some of the key features:

  • Ambient Status: Path Talk can automatically tell your friends when you’re in transit, in the neighborhood, or even low on battery so your availability is always understood—removing the headache of misunderstandings in conversation.
  • Message Music, Maps, and more: Easily send movies, music, books, maps, locations, and high quality photos and videos—all with a single tap.
  • Quick Replies: Save time by nudging a friend or acknowledging a message directly from your message list with just a swipe.
  • Handmade Stickers: We’ve hired some of the best artists in the industry to imagine and draw characters for you to use when emoji just isn’t enough.
  • Voice Messaging: Quickly send and receive high quality voice messages 1-on-1 with a friend or back and forth with a group of people.

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Via:  Path
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  • Craig P

    I got my friends and co-workers to use Telegram, and we love it. It’s the best messaging solution out there — cloud based and compatible on all platforms.

  • Michael G

    I use Path more than any other social site. Just me, my wife, my brother and brother-in-laws. We have a good time on it w/ no worries about 3rd party friends of friends of friends seeing things that are “liked”. I prefer to have the messaging baked in like it was but oh well.

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    So who’s going to acquire Path?

  • Chris Hughes

    I’ve learned over the years to pick the one messenger app I like the most and use it. If people are on it, great. If not, then they can contact me via email, text, or an old fashioned call.

    There was a time awhile back where I literally couldn’t fit all my messenger apps into a single folder.

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      right? its hard and annoying to add messengers. I have hangouts, skype and 3 slack accounts on my phone right now, thats overwhelming daily!

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  • Johnny Steele

    At least it is a pretty app. Changes the color of my status bar and everything!

  • Blue Sun

    Thanks for the reminder. I need to figure out how to close my long mothballed Path account.

  • Michael

    Yes! I needed another messenger app to go with Telegram, hangouts, Facebook Messenger, Groupme, WhatsApp Snapchat! So happy! /S

  • Droid Ronin

    No thanks. I already use Hangouts, WhatsApp, and Chat Heads.

    and I don’t really see the appeal of sending voice messages — isn’t the whole point of messaging apps a quick way to communicate with people without talking?

    • Ian

      Let me give it a shot. I can say something much faster than i can type it and unlike a call that requires simultaneous participation a voice message can be dealt with when convenient.

      I mean I won’t be using this a ton like around other people because I enjoy my privacy and would view it as annoying if I were in their shoes. But it would definitely be nice in the car or at home.

      • jabarri2

        i think we all feel the same. i would love to talk rather than typing, so much easier and quicker, however the issue is receiving. You send me a voice message i’m not going to play that out loud not knowing what you said. So I either need to walk away from anyone im with and turn the volume down, or i have to make it a habit to carry my earphones with my at all times.

    • http://about.me/robblaich Rob Blaich

      I speak quicker than I can type, so I’ve had many instances where I have a lot to say and little time to type it all – Yet calling isn’t feasible because I know I’d just end up leaving a voice mail which friends never check. Thus, sending an audio message. Apps like Voxer comes in handy as it’s like a walkie-talkie. Has a good bit of fun to it.

      The audio messages are also fun when kids are involved. My daughter loves saying “Hello Grandma!” into BBM or Voxer and of course, her Grandma loves to hear her granddaughter’s voice.