Creaceed releases Vocalia Speech Recognition for iPhone
September 29, 2008 in Utilities
[prMac.com] Mons, Belgium - Creaceed has announced Vocalia, their English speech recognition tool for iPhone. Now available in the App Store, Vocalia is Creaceed's first iPhone application. Relatives, friends, colleagues, neighbours, or even restaurants. They all are in our address books. Vocalia helps you quickly and easily find the person or company you want to call or send an email to. Creaceed plans to add other languages in the future.
With Vocalia, it is possible to ...
* Define additional vocal shortcuts ("My best friend") in addition to the name ("John Doe")
* Split first and last name (saying "John" will display all corresponding entries of the address book)
* Shake the iPhone to try again.
Vocalia's key features:
* Runs entirely on the iPhone, without network connection
* Doesn't send private information to some unknown and far away servers
* Provides default working phonemic transcriptions for all contacts (no additional work required to record contacts)
* No "Tap to speak"
* Shows up to 10 recognized names
* Uses Julius engine for multi-locator, speech recognition (English only at this time)
* Displays visual effects responding to sound and gravity (a.k.a "Vocalia's Eye")
* iPhone with Firmware 2.1
Pricing and Availability:
Vocalia can be purchased in the whole world on iTunes's App Store (Utilities pages). Creaceed offers special introductory pricing of 3.99 USD (EUR 2.99) until 18th October.
Creaceed is a Belgian company made up of passionate people with expertise in signal and image processing. They provide professionals and consumers on the Mac platform with creative applications that are intuitive and easy to use: Morph Age for morphing and warping images and movies, Hydra for HDR image creation from regular photos, and Magnet for adding special effects that are tracking motion to QuickTime movies. Copyright 2008 Creaceed. All Rights Reserved. Apple, the Apple logo, and iPhone are registered trademarks of Apple Computer in the U.S. and/or other countries.
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