Proudly built by a small,
passionate team, and led by...

Ahoy is a place for connecting:
with people, tasks & convos.

Ahoy is a tool meant to upgrade your environment, and keep you connected with all the folks that matter. We built Ahoy because the way we all work has changed.

Come build voice 2.0 with us

Ahoy enables a new kind of builder and a new "app" to be developed: part voice command, part workflow, and always something that is better LIVE (with a real-time result). Today, our small team is the builder.

About Us: Ahoy Inc.

We're just a couple of engineers and designers, standing in front of a bunch of users, asking them to tell us what you need from a real-time communication tool.

Literally, tell us. We'd love to hear from you! To us, that's the sound of success. Good ideas can come from anywhere, from every customer and every country.

If you have a bunch of ideas for what Ahoy could become for you (and people you know), if you think work should inspire you, come be a part of our team. We obviously believe in remote work, and distributed teams: join us on our mission to make real-time voice special. Do great work from wherever you are.

Come build with us. Either full time, or as a Voice Developer.

It starts with realtime communication & workflows...

We make Ahoy (the app) as the endpoint for reaching users. This way, creators and developers of voice workflows and commands, can reach an audience.

Featured Developers

3,217 routines and counting

Ahoy Developers build the workflows & commands customers request

Discover more Commands
Travel Chu
Developer since Dec 2020

I built "Talk at <Name>" and "Voice Message <name>"

I'm dedicated to continuously developing, implement, and adopting new technologies to maximize development efficiency and produce innovative applications.

Zach Acuña
Developer since Jan 2020

I devised "Who's Online"

Over last 7 years i got mobile development experience in a broad range of industries, including social, education, sports entertainment, dating, restaurant management and rental solutions.

Dalibor Ristic
Developer since Jan 2021

I built "Join Next Meeting" and "Add to calendar"

I have a passion for making mobile apps. Over last 7 years I got solid understanding of full mobile and software development life cycles, UIX, web analytics, changing web standards, and Agile methodologies.

Stayin' live, stayin' live.
Have an idea for a workflow? Speak up!

We are just beginning to put in place a program. Email develop [at]

We will make sure you get access to the tools you need to build, plus we love to hear from people passionate about creating more speed & efficiency in the world, and empowering voices.

The short history of:

"Ahoy," it turns out, had been around longer than "hello" — at least 100 years longer. It too was a greeting, albeit a nautical one, derived from the Dutch "hoi," meaning "hello." Bell felt so strongly about "ahoy" he used it for the rest of his life.

The dictionary says it was Thomas Edison who put "hello" into common usage. He urged the people who used his phone to say "hello" when answering.

His rival, Alexander Graham Bell, thought the better word was "ahoy."

So, now anytime you feel like saying "Hi" to somebody you know, think about whether saying "Ahoy" might be better... so they can hear your voice.