ShoutOUT - Speech-to-Text

ShoutOUT - Speech-to-Text


ShoutOUT is a full-featured messaging app that includes voice addressing and dictation. ShoutOUT also features a new handsfree mode for safer texting. Speak your message and see or hear the results in seconds.

Features:
- Voice addressing
- Speech-to-text
- Handsfree composition, reply and calling
- SmartWord editing
- Speakable punctuation
- Threaded discussions
- Popup notifications
- Text-to-speech (hear your txt msg)

Notes/FAQ:
- Report an issue:
Please report any issues with the app at http://support.promptu.com/

- Handset support:
Due to vast array of Android handsets and the differences between each handset, we can only support so many devices. ShoutOUT will check your handset at runtime to determine if it is a supported handset or not. If your handset is unsupported you may still use ShoutOUT, but could encounter problems. If you would like to have your handset supported or have an issue to report, please let us know at http://support.promptu.com/ .

- Problem with double notifications:
Disable notifications within the native messaging app. This should prevent the double notification issue.

Recent changes:
- Handsfree mode – swipe to the left or right from the inbox to enter handsfree mode. While in handsfree mode you can use your voice to reply to incoming messages or compose new messages.

- Custom notifications sounds (menu > settings > notifications > sound)
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Free
71
3.6
User ratings
2484
Installs
500,000+
Concerns
3
File size
4551 kb
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About ShoutOUT - Speech-to-Text
ShoutOUT is a full-featured messaging app that includes voice addressing and dictation. ShoutOUT also features a new handsfree mode for safer texting. Speak your message and see or hear the results in seconds.

Features:
- Voice addressing
- Speech-to-text
- Handsfree composition, reply and calling
- SmartWord editing
- Speakable punctuation
- Threaded discussions
- Popup notifications
- Text-to-speech (hear your txt msg)

Notes/FAQ:
- Report an issue:
Please report any issues with the app at http://support.promptu.com/

- Handset support:
Due to vast array of Android handsets and the differences between each handset, we can only support so many devices. ShoutOUT will check your handset at runtime to determine if it is a supported handset or not. If your handset is unsupported you may still use ShoutOUT, but could encounter problems. If you would like to have your handset supported or have an issue to report, please let us know at http://support.promptu.com/ .

- Problem with double notifications:
Disable notifications within the native messaging app. This should prevent the double notification issue.

Recent changes:
- Handsfree mode – swipe to the left or right from the inbox to enter handsfree mode. While in handsfree mode you can use your voice to reply to incoming messages or compose new messages.

- Custom notifications sounds (menu > settings > notifications > sound)

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User reviews of ShoutOUT - Speech-to-Text
Not available in the market. Not able to install from appbrain also.
Mar 19, 2011
pretty good app over all, slight over all, slight voice recognition problems.
Mar 19, 2011
Cannot be installed.
Aug 26, 2010
I cant download too, anyone can share it?
Aug 8, 2010
no puedo bajar da error que no existe ??
Jun 15, 2010
Android Market Comments
A Google User
Jun 18, 2014
Poor voice recognition - NO S5 support ??? Did not understand most words I said. Galaxy samsung s5 handset not supported. Not sure what planet this app is on but I think I would follow the most popular handset before other much lesser known brands.
A Google User
Mar 14, 2014
Poor Did not say what devices were supported so wasted my time downloading to be told it will not work with my device
A Google User
Mar 1, 2014
Not good Just my experience? Possibly. Didn't work at all for me. SGS4
A Google User
Feb 23, 2014
So simple Its just that i have to speak my contacts and b it doesnt let me.plz fix this bug or im gonna report it to ur boss
A Google User
Jan 25, 2014
Wow I was mortified when my new phone didn't have the option to talk to text feature. This saved my life...literally. no more texting and driving.