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I'm currently looking for a solution to let me and my friends talk to each other (voice chat?) while in-game on an Android MMORPG (Ragnarok Online) without requiring too much resource as I am currently limited to only 1 GHz of CPU and 512MB RAM.

Can you give me my options?

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"Is there an app for X?" questions are off-topic on Android Enthusiasts. You should rephrase the question to ask for a solution to a problem you are facing or a task you want to achieve (e.g. simply without mentioning that an app may be the solution). – Flow Aug 14 '12 at 18:36
Is my edit a bit better? – Propeller Aug 14 '12 at 18:41
Removed the strike though. Also please use del instead of strike. Let's use semantic elements whenever possible. – Richard Borcsik Aug 14 '12 at 19:19
Teamspeak and Mumble both have beta Android clients. On a PC, Mumble is better for gaming, in my opinion. Not sure how it is on Android. – SaintWacko Aug 15 '12 at 17:08
Ventrilo clients for Android also exist, though only one of them (Ventriloid) appear to be currently updated. Brief testing on Ventriloid using the alpha version (the version on play does not work with Jelly Bean) shows the memory footprint peaking at about 22MB. – Compro01 Feb 4 '13 at 16:12

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