Formerly announced at the Mobile World Congress, Barcelona in February 2009, SpinVox, which recently released its Voxlinks utility, has launched a new app that will allow users to record and text-process their voices onto an iPhone handset. In fact, the SpinVox API - Application Programming Interface - has utilised nFinity's QuickVoice Pro core technology, the latest version of that company's voice recorder which has already been seen within the Apple App Store when it was released in July 2008. With QuickVoice, you can record voice notes, reminders, dictations, meetings, interviews, shopping lists, to do lists and lectures.
So why not just grab the nFinity program and be done with it? Why use it within the SpinVox wrapper? In its new guise, the QuickVoice Pro users will be able use their iPhones for the first time to record voice messages which will be automatically be converted to text by SpinVox and sent to their email inbox. Nice.
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