Purple are a business dedicated to developing fast, easy and convenient communications solutions and services for deaf and hard-of-hearing individuals and businesses. This is done via a number of diverse ways, from apps to on-site services and, most notably, VRS, VRI and text-relay. Their P3 application for Windows and Mac brings video-relay to users who would normally have to struggle over telephone. Their iOS and Android apps bring the same features seen in the desktop version on a mobile scale and, for the most part, do the job well.
Aaron Hall thought the design of the app could be brought up to date, and has done an impressive job in not only redesigning the app but also presenting the app in an awesome way via a great-looking website. From Aaron himself:
I’m a huge fan of Purple VRS. Purple was the company to offer VRS on Mac computers over 5 years ago. Their services are top of the line, and the interpreters are very skilled and personable. When they first launched an iOS app, I was very excited. I was especially happy to hear that it could be used on 3G, 4G and LTE networks. While I love the app in it’s current form, I have some suggestions that I think would make Purple even better.