SOURCE: Sorenson Communications

Sorenson Communications

August 03, 2011 08:45 ET

Sorenson ntouch Mobile Adds Support for New Android Devices

SALT LAKE CITY, UT--(Marketwire - Aug 3, 2011) - Sorenson Communications®, the leading provider of Video Relay Service (VRS) for deaf and hard-of-hearing people who use sign language to communicate, today announced support for the HTC myTouch4G and the HTC Thunderbolt Androiddevices.

The ntouch Mobile app turns an Android device with a forward-facing camera, such as the myTouch 4G and Thunderbolt, into portable videophones, providing mobile deaf-communication capability for VRS or point-to-point calling. With ntouch Mobile, deaf and hard-of-hearing people have communication access every day, everywhere. More information can be found at

In the past six months, Sorenson has announced support for four Android devices, including the HTC Evo®, the Nexus S, the HTC myTouch 4G and HTC Thunderbolt.

"We continue to add support for new devices to provide mobile communication for as many deaf and hard-of-hearing people as possible," says Ricky Simmons, Sorenson Product Manager. "Sorenson will continue to add many more communication options for our customers in the coming months."

Like all Sorenson products, ntouch Mobile includes the Sorenson Video Center with SignMail®, Call History and E911.

For more information about Sorenson's full line of deaf and hard-of-hearing communication products and services, visit

About Sorenson Communications
Sorenson Communications® ( is a provider of industry-leading communications services and products for the deaf and hard-of-hearing. The company's offerings include Sorenson Video Relay Service® (SVRS®), the highest-quality video interpreting service; the Sorenson VP-200® videophone, designed especially for use by deaf individuals; Sorenson IP Relay® (SIPRelay), a text-to-speech relay service; ntouch PC, software that connects users to SVRS by using a PC and webcam; and ntouch Mobile, an application empowering SVRS communication via a mobile device.