NYNJA makes it super easy to find and add contacts. From the home screen, open the wheel to find contacts. From here, choose one of several options to add a contact that either are already on NYNJA or have not yet registered.
Setting up a group can be done in just a few simple steps.
After allowing NYNJA to access device's location, users can choose whether they want to send starred, recent or current location by clicking send location.To share a location, users can simply choose the contact they want to share a location with, open the wheel, click actions and then choose location.
Scheduled messages are a great way to manage time and be super efficient. Not ready ready to ask for a project update?
NYNJA supports conference calls for up to 100 people completely free and with no limitations on the length of the call.
Voice messages can be translated in two simple steps - transcription and translation.
Press the voice message bubble for one second and then press transcribe. The message will appear with remarkable accuracy underneath the original voice message. To translate it press the transcription bubble and choose to translate with Google.
Hint: To perform translations between multiple languages, you might need to update the language settings.
With NYNJA, you can break down the language barriers in your conversations with foreigners, in your travels, holidays... or just to practice a language. To quickly translate text messages, enter a recipient profile and go to language settings. Choose the language and turn on auto-translate on receipt. All your future messages with the recipient will be instantly translated.
As the world continues to shrink business people find themselves crossing borders, cultures, and especially languages. NYNJA makes working in a global village just a little bit easier by incorporating Google Translate that allows users to translate text messages from other languages into their native language based on their language preferences.
For people in a hurry, voice messages can be the most effective way to share ideas, but if the receiver is in a meeting or otherwise unable to listen, this leaves actually delays communication. NYNJA’s voice-to-text transcription uses Google’s Natural Language Processing (NPL) engine to transcribe voice messages either automatically or on-demand.