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IM+ 3.4 with Speech Recognition for iPhone

Posted on: August 30, 2009

This can definitely boost twitter usability to the maximum. The extremely interesting thing here is how they have overcome some intrinsic problem of mobile development such as memory and CPU circles. A voice recognition software – that works decently not like most of pre installed functionality in late year mobile devices – is pretty demanding and has great implications over voice systax and multilingual aspects.

As we have noted in previous posts, iPhone – and in general the mobile phone metaphor –  is turning in personality mirror, since it performs more than 80% of everyday tasks an average user is in need when he thinks of technology.

Next best thing for all of us doing actually embedded programming – on top of iPhone SDK and android – will be a web service for voice recognition. You hear me there in Google, open an API to Google Voice for speech recognition asap.

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