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Vlingo App ?

Discussion in 'Android Devices' started by 66chevytruck, May 30, 2010.

  1. 66chevytruck

    66chevytruck Newbie
    Thread Starter

    Has anybody tried it yet or use it ?

  2. TDianna

    TDianna Android Enthusiast

    I have it and I love it!
  3. hookem

    hookem Android Enthusiast

    Great app!
  4. zutmin

    zutmin Well-Known Member

  5. smooches680

    smooches680 Newbie

    I am a beta tester for the vlingo beta android i received the email tuesday to click on the application and to download. But it wont allow me to key in the activation code. It keeps bringing me to the paid version. WHat can i do to use it? i keep uninstalling and re-insalling and same old thing. Please help me download his.
  6. mortymouse

    mortymouse Well-Known Member

    My beta stopped working today. Just keeps saying that it didnt catch what I said. Time to pay up I guess but $10 hmmmmm not sure.
  7. OfTheDamned

    OfTheDamned The Friendly Undead

    I bought it the day it came out on the market. I don't see $10 as being that expensive for something I use on a regular basis and I do use it all the time.
  8. x_Prozak_x

    x_Prozak_x Member

    I downloaded it a while ago and then just sort of forgot about it. I installed the widget yesterday and I have used it about 10 times. I drive a lot and need to text while doing so. I used to pull over every time I needed to send a note, now I can just say "Text > Person > *insert Message* It has been accurate enough to where I dont really bother reviewing what it wrote now. I also use it a lot to make phone calls, so I dont have to look through my contacts.

    I love it.
  9. harmor

    harmor Newbie

    I'd buy it for $5 dollars.
    I don't have that many people in my contacts so it'd be quicker to open my contacts list than use the voice dialer. However when I'm driving Vlingo would be much safer.

    I do like the texting feature. To quote Prozak "Text > Person > *insert Message*"
    I had accurate results as well.

    As for the other features, I don't use them.

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