In the 1970s, many cars had antennas on the roof and a CB radio. Or you saw some climbing the hills with chunky handheld radios, long telescopic antennas. The cell phone was not yet invented. In the mid-1970s, the 'Jedermannfunk' - i.e. CB FUnk (English Citizen Band Radio) - was gradually released in European countries (yes, there was no EU in its current form).
After more than five decades, CBtalk is now the 'new version' of CB Funk 2.0
Midland has managed to capture the CB radio feeling and put it in an APP. The 'old CB radio' is also simulated in terms of function. The look and feel was modeled on a real radio. The functions can also be found (in an improved form).
After the first start, the CBtalk presents itself as shown in the picture. Channel display, rotary knob for the channel selection, even a so-called S-meter is available as well as squelch, volume control and mic gain as well as on a 'real' CB radio.
So let's deal with the basic functions.