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    Question "New SkipPhone, a high quality voice call app has joined in!" makes sense?

    Hi! I'd like to ask you whether the title for our new app sounds normal or not.↓

    "New SkipPhone, a high quality voice call app has joined in at last!"

    I'd like to express with the title that we have already original version, and now we'll release another new one.
    They have different characters (One is simple, the other is multifunctional.), so we will not make the old one obsolete.

    Therefore I used the idiom "join in," but do you think it's strange here?

    If it's not good, would you tell me another better idiom?

    Thank you in advance!
    Last edited by jasmin39; 29-Oct-2015 at 01:52. Reason: missed a phrase

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    Re: "New SkipPhone, a high quality voice call app has joined in!" makes sense?

    It doesn't work for me. You could maybe say that there is a new member of the SkipPhone family if you're going to have two apps.

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