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  1. panteralkn's Avatar
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    Default such a thing as VOICE to TEXT (SMS)

    is there an app that will take voice input and create a text message?
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    Sure is...vlingo
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    Default Check this

    Check this post to get it working on the storm

    http://forums.crackberry.com/f86/vlingo-storm-103426/
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    very cool!
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    Vlingo is very cool. Works fine on my Storm. I'm wondering if anyone knows of an application that does the reverse-- reads aloud a received text message or an email. I've seen this on my friend's phone. (an LG Dare)

    Thanks in advance.
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    Does it take up a lot of room?? if it doesnt, this sounds awesome!!!
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    cool have to give that a try
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    i downloaded it last night and works fine for me.
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    I tried vlingo in the past with my curve and honestly it took more time to use it then actually writing out the text message...its not 100% spot on with accuracy and I constantly found myself going back and making corrections before I could send out the text or email. In the time it took to fix mistakes and speak in slow motion to get the program to recognize my words, I coulda sent out 3 text messages
    Its cool at first, but that wears off with the frustration of never really getting the program to work 100% right
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    i just downloaded Vlingo and it wont work i changed all the settings to "allow" and it still wont start up.

    Is it only available to US customers? Rogers is my carrier and it was one of the options to get it but then i just downloaded it right from my phone instead of getting the email sent where i chose Rogers. wonder if it makes a difference?

    it says "error starting attempts to access a secure API"???

    can anyone help with this?
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    is vlingo pretty accurate at listening to your voice? i prefer to not talk like a robot haha
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    it worked pretty well for me too but i just never got used to using it
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    Quote Originally Posted by panteralkn View Post
    is there an app that will take voice input and create a text message?
    check out jott.com. it's great for that and several other tricks. they have both free and pay services and they have a special download for bb's. check it out, you'll wonder how you lived without it
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    I would find this extremely beneficial when driving.

    Typing on the Storm while driving is somewhat difficult.

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