How often do you find yourself looking at your phone more than you want to be because of all the pings and buzzes of constant notifications? Silencing your phone entirely isn’t always an option and there’s no way to tell if it that ding is for an important message or just your best mate sending you a poop emoji again. With this need in mind Converbration was born as an app to indicate the importance of your various messages through smart vibrations.
The Android app world sometimes massively surprises us with the original and super useful tools to be found in it. Converbration falls on that side of the spectrum with its system for differentiating among received messages. Though the thing about “intelligent vibrations” sounds a bit psychomagical, Converbration does actually work by, well, vibrating intelligently, though the intelligence comes in through the profiles each user sets up. And there’s a world of customization possibilities for users of all kinds.
The most traditional setup for the app involves differentiating between messages by their length. That means an “OK,” “Hi,” or emoji gets a quick vibration – or even none at all – so you’re not constantly reaching for your phone for every little thing. But the best thing about the app is that you can customize it to extreme levels by adding specific words or phrases and setting them to make your device vibrate a certain way. Or make it so it automatically doesn’t vibrate at all during specific timeframes unless it’s an emergency. The possibilities are wide and varied.
Converbration is an original app for Android that will help you feel less like your phone is attached to the end of your arm. Its multiple options make it ideal both for people who don’t want to wrack their brains and for those who want to lay out in great detail how their received vibrations should be. Plus it’s compatible with the most popular IM apps: WhatsApp, Kik, Facebook Messenger, Google Allo, Google Hangouts, Viber, Line, Telegram…
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