[iPhone] Makayama releases Voice Dial App

As of yesterday Makayama released a Voice Dial Application for the iPhone. That means we finally can dial numbers without looking at the screen. Driving in your car and making phone calls is much safer now.

Voice Dial does not depend on a dictionary or vocabulary. Instead you can record voice samples for any contact in the addressbook. It therefore works with all languages.

There are two versions of Voice Dial:

  1. For iPhone firmware version 2.0 (updated iPhone 2G and iPhone 3G): Simply download from AppStore using iTunes.
  2. For iPhone firmware version <= 1.1.4. Your iPhone needs a ‘jailbreak’ to install. Start Installer, press Sources, then Edit , then Add . Next, type http://tinyurl.com/3544mp

The introduction offer until August: is $ 24.95 (EUR 17.95) ex. tax

Voice Dial is definitly the missing application for the iPhone. Find the manual here or watch the video:

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One Response to “[iPhone] Makayama releases Voice Dial App”

  1. Brad says:

    My friend has it, and I wanted to try before i purchased. It’s not a true voice dial app. You have to give too much attention to the your phone this defeats the purpose of voice dial. It’s a law in California that we use headsets, and of course most of use Bluetooth, but you cant push the button on your headset to voice dial. Voice dial should also say the name when someone is calling your phone. These are the functions that are expected with a true voice dial, and should be expected for any applications that cost you $$$$$$$$

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