iPhone owners get an electronic Secretary Cologne/Berlin, April 9, 2010 today is a unique application for the iPhone and iPod touch, with the writing of texts via voice input is possible in the Apple AppStore. Inter Vox worked three years on product development. The result of the application of Pliq.me (www.pliq.me), is currently available for the platforms iPhone, iPod touch and Symbian, in the near future there will be versions for Windows Mobile, Nokia and Android. With Pliq.me the user of SMS messages and E-Mails can compose, create task lists and notes as well as interact with other Web servers. A message in Twitter, EverNote and LiveJournal can now quite easily on the way to dictate. The text is then”tagged with date and time. Everything you need for the installation, is a mobile phone with Internet access even a simple GPRS connection is sufficient.
Then you can synchronize a separate address book on your mobile device with Pliq.me, select a recipient, and your own Dictate messages. The application processes the language and sends the result with a voice-mail link to the recipient. The product offers the possibility to record messages without Internet access and process. Now, Pliq.me English, German and Russian understands soon learn French, Spanish, Portuguese and Italian. Although it is known that no program absolutely error-free can detect a language however, the unique feature of the application is constantly that improved the quality of recognition thanks to correcting errors in the beta test phase. The application can be downloaded for free for three months and used from April 9. For more specific information, check out camden treatment associates. The base package includes the processing of 50 voice messages – their number can be increased depending on the need. The developers promise that the application in the future will have new features such as adding photos and support new Web services.