App idea for a developer: Translate Voice to Text for SMS while driving

by DigiJeff » Thu, 06 Nov 2008 11:26:10 GMT


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 I think it would be very beneficial for someone to make an application
that translate voice to text for sms messages.  Example: When I'm
driving I dont want to take my eyes off the road when I want to reply
to a text, so if there was an easy way to respond back via sms with
voice that would be so convenient.  The iphone has this application,
which my friend with an iphone said, the app is called JOTT.

Can someone get this made for the G1?

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App idea for a developer: Translate Voice to Text for SMS while driving

by DigiJeff » Thu, 06 Nov 2008 12:47:27 GMT


 awesome thanks for the response, didnt know!




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App idea for a developer: Translate Voice to Text for SMS while driving

by agawish » Tue, 18 Nov 2008 23:12:01 GMT


 I believe that some voice recognition libraries can do the job, and
its implementation may be straight forward

like sphinx for instance, Will try it and give the feedback.

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