Wednesday, January 23, 2008

Makayama's VoiceDial makes iPhone understand your voice; Costs money

Makayama has released a new native iPhone application called VoiceDial. As you can probably guess from its name, the application adds voice dialing feature to the iPhone, but also allows users to start applications and open Safari bookmarks without touching their shiny handset — all they have to do is say it and Makayama’s app will take it from there.

The interesting thing about VoiceDial is that it isn’t free. So far virtually all applications we’ve seen — except Navizon — have been developed by iPhone enthusiasts and were offered as a free download. Entrance of the established developer like Makayama to the space is certainly encouraging to the iPhone users, even though they’ll have to pay $27.95 or 19.95 EUR in order to download VoiceDial… More information is available from here.

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