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Fonix VoiceDial (Bluetooth), WM5 PPC 2.0

Posted By: Syed Shakeer Hussain     Posted Date: July 09, 2010    Points: 2   Category :Others
Fonix Speechintroduces VoiceDial, a totally interactive, hands-free software application for today's hottest wireless devices. Simply speak the number or name to call, and VoiceDial does the the rest. It's that easy!

VoiceDial in a nutshell:

* Speaker independent - there�s no voice training involved, including both contact names and digit dialing.
* Highly accurate - even in noisy environments like cars or airports, perfect for when you�re on the go or anytime you want a better, safer and easier way to dial your contacts.
* Call any name directly - from your contact list or SIM card no matter how many names in your contact database. Just say the name of the person you want to call.
* Dial a number directly - using a continuous string of numbers no pausing or waiting for each digit.

See what others have to say about Fonix VoiceDial:

Fonix VoiceDial is a great example of a company that has capitalized on the Windows Powered software to create a solution that makes devices not only easier to use but safer in many situations, like dialing a phone number while driving. - Jeff McKean, retail marketing manager for the Mobile Devices Division at Microsoft.

Amazing! I tried Fonix VoiceDial on two different Windows Mobile 5 devices (i-mate JasJar and i-mate K-Jam) and in both cases it worked 'out of the box' without needing any training or specif

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