TeamSpeak 3

Author
TeamSpeak Systems GmbH
Release
2017-09-04
Version
Varies with device
Requirement
Varies with device, iOS 7.1 or later.
(3 customer reviews)

$2.00

Whoever is at least a tiny bit into multiplayer gaming has surely heard of TeamSpeak 3. Along with Ventrilo, Raidcall, and a few others, it is the go-to program for online communication. At its base, TeamSpeak 3 is a VoIP (Voice over Internet Protocol) program. You must be thinking, why can’t I use Skype or something? Won’t that work? Well, see, for online gaming there are a few issues. The first one is certainly the privacy, you don’t want to give your skype to 30 people you’re playing with! You’re never sure who is who nowadays, and it’s better to stay safe.

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Product Description

So we already mentioned the privacy issue. You don’t want to give out your private details to 30 people you’re only playing with for an hour a day. That’s where TeamSpeak 3 comes in and saves the day. If you have a clan or a guild, one of the best TeamSpeak 3 features will help you a lot. To clarify, you can create a public or a private server. You then go ahead and give out the details of the login to your clan members. When inside, you’re the admin, feel free to create separate chat rooms if you need some alone time.

Make a public chat room, music room, mute and kick members that don’t behave. The app is specifically optimized for online gaming accordingly. It is designed to take as less of your Internet connection as possible. Who likes lag and freeze? Some other services can increase latency and affect your gaming capabilities. So, stay safe and at maximum strength, download TeamSpeak 3 from the official links at the top of the page. To wrap up, we must talk about the elephant in the room, and that is the price of TeamSpeak 3. It costs only $2 which is literally nothing but can be a little disappointment as other apps are free. In our opinion, if you need a solid app for multiplayer gaming, go for this one.

Features of the TeamSpeak 3 app:

  • Administrator privilege: You can move, kick, ban, complain about a player, block them and more.
  • Chat rooms, server and user interface, make a custom chat room
  • If you get an important phone call, you’ll be put on Away status automatically
  • Create and administrate channels, kick annoying people
  • Stay connected with your clan mates, family, and friends
  • Less latency when playing online
  • Good voice quality

3 reviews for TeamSpeak 3

  1. Mahalia
    4 out of 5

    I loved TeamSpeak 3, and on some level I still do. But this November update messed up everything for me. Before that, it used to work fast and helped me connect with my friends. I don’t know what it is, sometimes it works, sometimes it doesn’t. When it does work, it’s a fantastic app and I have no problems, so I’d still recommend it to everyone. While TeamSpeak 3 app costs $2, that’s literally nothing. It’s better than Skype, and takes less of my connection.

  2. Cristian
    4 out of 5

    I agree with the guy/girl that commented. As of this recent update, I’m having some bad problems too. When I open up the app, it crashes, when I change apps it still crashes. Sometimes I experience some weird occurrences, and I don’t know what it is. When it works/worked for me, it’s a fantastic app. It takes less of my RAM, uses a little less Internet connection, and it’s made for gaming. I play multiplayer often, and sometimes my headphones are far away, or I just wanna talk to a friend. This app helps me do it all, and I’d like to keep using it. If TeamSpeak 3 can pay attention, that would be great.

  3. Windsor Marlowe
    5 out of 5

    I use TeamSpeak 3 on daily basis. I’m a multiplayer kind of a guy, and I found this app to be the best if I’m talking while playing. I have a problem with my PC, it isn’t the best, and sometimes lags if I open the web TeamSpeak 3 app, so I just use my phone. Other than that, you can join a room to chat with people or join a separate room to listen to music or while you’re taking a break. It isn’t free, but $2 is literally nothing, just to support the developers. I would recommend it to you and to your friends if you’re playing, they told me it takes way less resources than, for example, Skype would.

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