1. xstormyx123's Avatar
    I have found an awesome voice to text app. It's not searchable in the iphone store because it just went live but you can get it from kungfurabbits and check out the vtext link.

    It keeps your hands free when replying or sending texts which I think is awesome.
    12-02-2010 01:20 PM
  2. Alli's Avatar
    12-02-2010 06:02 PM
  3. hopper's Avatar
    Can someone post a more complete description? How does this compare to Dragon Dictation and Vlingo? Is it completely hands-free from text description through address selection and sending?
    Last edited by hopper; 12-03-2010 at 10:07 AM.
    12-03-2010 09:19 AM
  4. xstormyx123's Avatar
    Search for it at the apple store:


    THE BEST WAY AVAILABLE TO SEND AND RECEIVE SMS ON THE IPHONE.
    JUST SAY TELL JASON ILL MEET YOU AT STARBUCKS IN 15MINUTES OR REPLY TO JASONS CONVERSATION BY SAYING ILL MEET YOU AT STARBUCK IN 15 MINUTES AND YOUR VOICE WILL AUTOMATICALLY BE TRANSCRIBED TO TEXT AND SENT TO JASON! WHAT COULD BE MORE EASY WHEN YOURE ON THE GO?
    VTEXT IS THE EASIEST TO USE VOICE TO TEXT SMS APPLICATION ON THE MARKET!
    KEY FEATURES INCLUDE:
    UNLIMITED VOICE TRANSCRIPTIONS
    UNLIMITED SMS TO ALL YOUR CONTACTS (U.S., ONLY)
    USES THE MOST ACCURATE FREE-FORM TRANSCRIPTION SERVICE AVAILABLE
    RECIPIENTS ARE NOT REQUIRED TO HAVE VTEXT
    USE CONTACT NICKNAME OR FULL NAME
    TYPING ABILITY IF YOURE IN A PLACE WHERE YOU CANT SPEAK OUT LOUD
    PRIVATE AND SECURE SINCE IT USES COMPUTERS TO CONVERT MESSAGES, NOT HUMANS
    MESSAGES SENT FROM YOUR PHONE NUMBER @VTXT.MOBI SO RECIPIENTS KNOW WHO YOU ARE (OTHER SERVICES PROVIDE A RANDOM PHONE NUMBER FOR THIS)
    12-05-2010 01:28 PM
  5. hopper's Avatar
    Thanks... I'll stick with Vlingo which sends from the native iPhone text app.
    12-05-2010 06:22 PM
  6. adurstewitz's Avatar
    Hi Everyone!

    As one of the developers of vText, I figured I could comment on this. We chose Yap as our free-form transcription provider because the quality of the reco was reliably higher than Vlingo, Dragon, etc. Additionally, we opted not to send messages from the native iPhone client because of the number of steps involved with jumping in and out of the application.

    Just my two cents, hope this helps!

    Andrew
    12-06-2010 08:58 PM
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