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Razer Comms for Android keeps in-game chat alive when you leave your PC

Jon Fingas, @jonfingas
December 12, 2013
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It can be tough to leave in-game voice chats -- step away to walk the dog and you may miss an important strategy session. You'll stay in the loop with Razer's new Comms for Android, though. The free app improves on rival clients from Steam and Teamspeak by supporting both voice chats and text while on the road; you won't have to miss out on either team banter or private messages. Comms for Android is also useful if you're still sitting at your desk, as it lets you respond to SMS and turn down calls through its Windows equivalent. The mobile software is available now through Google Play, and Razer promises that iOS users will get Comms sometime in the first quarter of 2014.

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