By Siobhan, 26 January, 2023 Forum watchOS and Apple Watch Apps Hi all. I know it says hold to talk, I do, fine. Can someone do a podcast or if I din't know of it, tell me. If you can just tap, talk, let go, is it sent? Hope I made sense. Thanks. Options Log in or register to post comments Comments Hi,Simplay double-tap to… Hi, Simply double-tap to speak and double-tap again to stop the transmission. You can also enable Tap to speak under Settings > Accessibility -> Heading "Walkie Talkie". Yes, but the question still remains about sending on second tap! Hello, the caller's question also asks if performing the second tap will send the message? How do you know who has walkietalkie enabled or not when it's used? why would you use it in the first place when you could just call the person, of course on nonwork hours/when they're also free. I think the questioner also asked about podcast recording, so I wouldn't think this could happen but don't know for sure. Let's learn together here, and let's also have fun. Wait, though! When using walkietalkie, will VoiceOver be heard when initiating and concluding the message? If so, that's unavoidable for those of us who are blind/VI unless Braille could be used? Why must you keep trying? Hello, I think this app could be improved. I don't like that you have to click on a name, and if you don't hear the staticky sound you'd normally hear through a CB radio/walkie talkie, you have to remove the person as "waiting for response" shows up by their name. during the staticky sound, VoiceOver is louder on the watch display. I would say on headphones, it would sound as though you initiated a call on your phone with VO running, and the phone's ringing to connect. Why can't VoiceOver just say something like, "Ashleigh Piccinino ... available now to talk!" that way, you could click on that--of course my name--and there you go. If you're not physically available to talk when a notification comes up--say you have your watch off--, will you miss the message or sitill get it somehow? Do you have different channels like you would on a physicalw t--walkie talkie-- unit? Keep in mind that I'm learning along with you guys, and I'm done with the week's school work, for the research methods class at Missouri State University, USA. as we're not doing any research now but learning how to, this is my research.