Hands Free Texting


  1. seniordev1

    seniordev1 Member

    I just published a Hands-Free texting app called Shout. Just say a phrase like "Text Doug With I am On My Way Home" and Shout will search your contacts for matches, confirm "Sending 'I am on my way home' to 'Doug Hansknecht', correct?". Simply tap the Big Green Yes button and you're done.
    There's a video demo here: YouTube - Shout - One Tap Texting Demo. Sorry about the video quality!
    Let me know what you think.
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  2. adding2n2is5

    adding2n2is5 Active Member

    Can't find it so I assume its not compatible with the hero running android1.5
  3. seniordev1

    seniordev1 Member

    That's correct. Unfortunately, Text To Speech requires Android 1.6 and above. Do you thik there would be interest in a v
    ersion that does not speak aloud but supports 1.5?
  4. deman89

    deman89 Well-Known Member

    Definitely and what is the price?
  5. MorpheusUK

    MorpheusUK Member

    that is realy cool, nice job.
    What would it entail to have it voice to text?
    You run your text to speech, do your message and then it's shown on screen as the text you about to send.
  6. seniordev1

    seniordev1 Member

    $2.99
  7. seniordev1

    seniordev1 Member

    OK, Shout for 1.5 has been published. Same as Shout, but without the text-to-speech that requires 1.6 or later...
  8. MorpheusUK

    MorpheusUK Member

    I want to try it out, where can I find the 1.5 version for my Hero
  9. Geoponic

    Geoponic Well-Known Member

    Your title in VERY misleading.

    Hands free my arse
  10. deman89

    deman89 Well-Known Member

    found it! just search Shout in the marketplace...
  11. jints031

    jints031 New Member

    anyway you can make a trial version, then if we like it, we can pay for it?
  12. seniordev1

    seniordev1 Member

    Any application you buy from the android marketplace is on a trial basis since you can return the application for a full refund within 24 hours
  13. jints031

    jints031 New Member

    o ok, didnt know that, thanks for the reply!
  14. brnr17

    brnr17 Well-Known Member

    24 hours is always an adequate amount of time to test an app
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