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Motorola and NII Holdings bring Prip's push-to-talk service to the iPhone

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Sprint's iDEN network shutdown may have quashed hopes for an iPhone with native push-to-talk support, but that won't matter much now that Motorola and NII Holdings have brought Prip's service to iOS. The new app lets American iOS 7 users instantly speak to both fellow Prip members as well as NII's Nextel subscribers in Latin America. Many of the features will be familiar to those who tried the Android version, although the cross-platform launch introduces universal sign-ins and web-based account control; you're no longer tied to Google Play. Whether you're chatting with a friend or a whole company, you can grab Prip from the App Store today.

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